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humane
used in The Lords of Discipline

5 uses
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Definition
marked by kindness — especially a motivation to reduce suffering of others or of animals
  • Byrum was not a great coach, that I had decided long ago, but he was a humane one; and I learned more from his frailties, his terrors, and his flawed vulnerable humanity than I would have learned from a great coach's strength.
    Chapter 3.30 (33% in)
  • I only wish Cromwell had been less lenient and humane in his dealings with these pitiful, contemptible brutes.
    Chapter 4.34 (49% in)
  • We devised a sure-fire way to make 'em talk, and it's perfectly humane.
    Chapter 4.36 (11% in)
  • It wouldn't be humane to let you watch it, Molligen.
    Chapter 4.36 (74% in)
  • That was the process Mark, Tradd, and I had begun as we fought for last words to say to him, as we struggled toward a humane and brotherly farewell.
    Chapter 4.41 (82% in)

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