humanoids

[ hyoo-muh-noid or, often, yoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF humanoids
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Then was there a barrier which Garr Symm, along with all humanoids, had somehow inherited?

The aliens had developed a union of their own—if anything, a stronger one than the humanoids had.

It was one of the frigid, musty tombs that the humanoids called home.

One of the humanoids fell without a cry, pitching senseless over the ledge.

This is their barrier, erected against you, against all humanoids, a million years ago.

Our ancestors thought so, and even planned to attack her, before the humanoids defeated us.

These humanoids had large mouths and sharp teeth, and they unquestionably slavered.