Meaning of humanness in English:

humanness

Pronunciation /ˈhjuːmənnɪs/

noun

See human

‘His modesty, his essential humanness, and his struggle with goodness, makes it easy for audiences to relate to him.’
  • ‘Instead my concern over world and community events has me feeling concerned about yourself and others that have expressed a humanness we avid listeners and fans never allow from our heroes and heroines.’
  • ‘I decided just to try and capture the humanness of the Queen, rather than anything formal.’
  • ‘And so I have come to forgive myself, my humanness.’
  • ‘What I really want to see is something spontaneous, showing some thought, showing some reaction, some heart and some humanness.’