humanlike[ hyoo-muh n or, often, yoo‐ ]SEE DEFINITION OF humanlike
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HUMANLIKE
Warning peoples of humanlike mold and emotions wherever they might dwell.
Its mate had found it and was nosing it about, while moaning in a most humanlike voice.
Other calls were froglike, humanlike and birdlike in quality.
Turning and looking up, he saw two humanlike but fierce eyes shining amid a thick, dark screen of interlacing vines.
On the rooftops back in Urtraria could be seen the frantic, fleeing forms of humanlike beings—the Wanderer's people.
The other class is made up of humanlike deities called diwta that retain a fondness for this world and the good things thereof.