inhumane

Inhumane vs Demonic - What's the difference?

inhumane | demonic | Related terms |

Inhumane is a related term of demonic.


As adjectives the difference between inhumane and demonic

is that inhumane is lacking pity or compassion for misery and suffering; cruel, unkind, not humane while demonic is pertaining to demons or evil spirits; demoniac.

Sadistic vs Inhumane - What's the difference?

sadistic | inhumane |


As adjectives the difference between sadistic and inhumane

is that sadistic is delighting in or feeling pleasure from the pain of others while inhumane is lacking pity or compassion for misery and suffering; cruel, unkind, not humane.

Inhumane vs Melancholic - What's the difference?

inhumane | melancholic |


As adjectives the difference between inhumane and melancholic

is that inhumane is lacking pity or compassion for misery and suffering; cruel, unkind, not humane while melancholic is filled with or affected by melancholy—great sadness or depression, especially of a thoughtful or introspective nature.

As a noun melancholic is

a person who is habitually melancholy.

Unethical vs Inhumane - What's the difference?

unethical | inhumane |


As adjectives the difference between unethical and inhumane

is that unethical is not morally approvable; morally bad; not ethical while inhumane is lacking pity or compassion for misery and suffering; cruel, unkind, not humane.

Inhumane vs Villainous - What's the difference?

inhumane | villainous | Related terms |

Inhumane is a related term of villainous.


As adjectives the difference between inhumane and villainous

is that inhumane is lacking pity or compassion for misery and suffering; cruel, unkind, not humane while villainous is of, relating to, or appropriate to a villain.

Inhumane vs Coldblooded - What's the difference?

inhumane | coldblooded | Related terms |

Inhumane is a related term of coldblooded.


As adjectives the difference between inhumane and coldblooded

is that inhumane is lacking pity or compassion for misery and suffering; cruel, unkind, not humane while coldblooded is .

Inhumane vs Fell - What's the difference?

inhumane | fell | Related terms |

Inhumane is a related term of fell.


As an adjective inhumane

is lacking pity or compassion for misery and suffering; cruel, unkind, not humane.

As a noun fell is

fur, pelt (hairy skin of an animal).

Inhumane - What does it mean?

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Inhumane vs Fiendish - What's the difference?

inhumane | fiendish | Related terms |

Inhumane is a related term of fiendish.


As adjectives the difference between inhumane and fiendish

is that inhumane is lacking pity or compassion for misery and suffering; cruel, unkind, not humane while fiendish is sinister; evil; conniving; in the manner of a fiend.

Brutal vs Inhumane - What's the difference?

brutal | inhumane | Related terms |

Brutal is a related term of inhumane.


As adjectives the difference between brutal and inhumane

is that brutal is (senseid)savagely violent, vicious, ruthless, or cruel while inhumane is lacking pity or compassion for misery and suffering; cruel, unkind, not humane.

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