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subhuman

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsubhumansub‧hu‧man /sʌbˈhjuːmən $ -ˈhjuː-, -ˈjuː-/ adjective  1 BADnot having all the qualities a normal human being has The enemy was regarded as subhuman.2 subhuman conditions are very bad or cruelinhuman The refugees were living a subhuman existence.
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subhumanThe orphaned children were living in subhuman conditions.He treats women as subhuman creatures, as things.There were unknown sounds of subhuman things proceeding relentlessly forward, stopping, retrenching, to proceed onward again.
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