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See definition of orangutan on Dictionary.com
  • as inmonkey
  • as inprimate
  • as inanthropoid
  • as inprimate
  • as insimian

synonyms for orangutan

  • ape
  • baboon
  • chimpanzee
  • gorilla
  • lemur
  • anthropoid
  • imp
  • monk
  • rascal
  • scamp
  • simian
  • hominoid
  • monkey
  • human
  • man
  • anthropoid
  • ape
  • gibbon
  • chimpanzee
  • gorilla
  • brachiator
  • cercopithecoid
  • great ape
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How to use orangutan in a sentence

In the early 1990s, Kinari Webb took a year off college to join a Harvard researcher studying orangutans in Indonesia’s rainforested Gunung Palung National Park.
THE FIGHT TO STOP THE NEXT PANDEMIC STARTS IN THE JUNGLES OF BORNEOBRIAN BARTHDECEMBER 2, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
Of the great man-like apes (gorilla, orangutan, and chimpanzee).
DACTYLOGRAPHYHENRY FAULDS
He leaped from left to right, and back again, like an orangutan stirred to frenzied anger.
CAPTAIN POTT'S MINISTERFRANCIS L. COOPER
Exactly a week after I had caught this interesting little animal, I succeeded in shooting a full-grown male Orangutan.
THE MALAY ARCHIPELAGOALFRED RUSSELL WALLACE
He looks as much like a Borneo Orangutan as any human being I ever saw.
FLASH-LIGHTS FROM THE SEVEN SEASWILLIAM L. STIDGER
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capacitor

WORDS RELATED TO ORANGUTAN

  • chimpanzee
  • gibbon
  • gorilla
  • humanoid
  • monkey
  • orang
  • orangutan
  • primate
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