humanoid

[ hyoo-muh-noid or, often, yoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF humanoid

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Physiologically, the Lhari are—well, humanoid, if you like that better.

All the smart people on Terra, he explained, had Sheshan humanoid servants.

Though he was humanoid, Earth had never seen creatures just like him.

From that they derive the secondary assumption that humanoid types will be scarce.

While humanoid, the creature was very far indeed from being human.

All planets had humanoid 'guardians,' the Arpalones and Arpales.

It was a shock to know that the aliens had combined against the humanoid Federation.

There weren't a quarter of that number in the fleet of any world, humanoid or alien!

Human or humanoid, the creature would still have to live on Dis.

The humanoid saw Kennon and gasped, a tiny indrawn sound of surprise.

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