"Our minister called them bipeds, in the pulpit, last Sunday," she added.
Another example is: "Men are bipeds; birds are bipeds; hence, men are birds."
Bipeds, undeniably, are set up with some likeness to humanity.
An agglomeration of bipeds who subsist on one another's shanks.
It was a mere cattle track—used only very occasionally by bipeds.
The descent is too slippery ...