anthropomorphic

[ an-thruh-puh-mawr-fik ]SEE DEFINITION OF anthropomorphic

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It was anthropomorphic of O'Donnell to see the leech as an enemy.

Although he has a strong personality he has no anthropomorphic features.

The Idealists were of an anthropomorphic race, dark-skinned like the terran Indian.

This is only another form of the anthropomorphic conceptions of deity.

His language is not to be waved aside as anthropomorphic and antiquated.

In their adult state, the Anthropomorphic Apes have not been really studied.

There is one feature of the Hebrew story of creation which shows how anthropomorphic they were.

That is to say, a philosophy must either be anthropomorphic, or no philosophy at all.

Many of the pictures are phallic in conception, and practically all of them are anthropomorphic.

The bird is then euhemerised or brought into anthropomorphic form.

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