What is another word for humanely?

Pronunciation: [hjuːmˈe͡ɪnli] (IPA)

Humanely is an adverb that means to do something in a compassionate manner that respects and honors the value of all living beings. There are several synonyms for the word humanely. The first synonym is kindly, which means to show compassion and benevolence towards others. Another synonym for humanely is compassionately, which involves feeling empathy and warmth towards someone. Similarly, the term gently refers to treating someone in a caring and tender manner. Other synonyms for humanely include tenderly, mercifully, and sympathetically. Each of these synonyms embodies the spirit of treating others with kindness, empathy, and compassion, essential qualities that help us to build a more just and caring society.

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What are the opposite words for humanely?

The word humanely refers to acting in a compassionate or benevolent way toward humans or animals. The antonym of humanely would be cruelly or inhumanely. When someone acts inhumanely, they are being harsh, heartless, and merciless towards others or animals. This can involve treating others with contempt, neglecting someone's basic needs or causing intentional harm to them. In contrast to acting kindly and sensibly, behaving cruelly toward others is never acceptable. To be humane is a moral principle that everyone should abide by, and when someone is unable to demonstrate kindness or empathy, they can be said to be acting inhumanely.

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Usage examples for Humanely

Yet there are many poets who made no distinct original contribution to a new morality, but expressed common emotions so humanely, and powerfully, that we think of them as poets of a very high order.
"The Literature of Ecstasy"
Albert Mordell
There are in the Southern States, we are ready to believe, thousands who disregard the laws, who treat their slaves as humanely as is possible, who cultivate to a considerable extent their mental and moral faculties, and who would unite with us in condemning the barbarities we have been considering.
"Slavery and the Constitution"
William Ingersoll Bowditch
So considerately and humanely did the man speak of this that Lans could take no offence, particularly as Crothers just then had brought their common interests to such a pass that to resent anything would have been fatal.
"A Son of the Hills"
Harriet T. Comstock

Famous quotes with Humanely

  • Our laws are a reflection of our culture. Our culture does not condone the torture of innocent and defenseless creatures. And we as a society believe all God's creatures should be treated humanely.
    Joe Moore
  • Neither a man nor a crowd nor a nation can be trusted to act humanely or to think sanely under the influence of a great fear.
    Bertrand Russell
  • Neither a man nor a crowd nor a nation can be trusted to act humanely or to think sanely under the influence of a great fear.
    Franklin Delano Roosevelt
  • Typically, "progressives" and change agents have demanded for social programs. But today it's clear that the needs to change – and that if things were done more appropriately, more humanely, more intelligently, we might end up spending on social programs than we do now. Take education ... . Over the last 10 years or so, a handful of education reformers have ... come up with exciting new ideas for changing the ways our schools are administered, the ways our children are taught, and the kinds of things they're taught. . Some would actually save us money!
    Mark Satin
  • It’s early in the process for me, but my infatuation with fame is waning, my need for external approval and the control of other people’s opinions is expiring. Practically I’ve decided that profits from this book will go towards creating a place where recovering addicts like me can run a business based on the ideas in this book. A café and production company run to create community, not money, democratically managed by the workforce. No bosses. No profit. No bullshit. Selling food sourced ethically, grown locally, and served by people who have had a Revolution in their own lives and are now able to learn and give back. Supporting modest creative projects, building a community of people who want to be part of something other than the toxic hegemony. We will start small but we will grow quickly because we have a limitless resource and we are providing an alternative to a dying system. There are no limits to what we can achieve if we behave collectively, responsibly, and humanely.
    Russell Brand

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