prehuman

[ pree-hyoo-muh n or, often, -yoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF prehuman

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This prehuman stage has, none the less, a very great significance in the developmental history of man.

Some regarded the skull as that of a giant gibbon, others as prehuman, and still others as a transition form.

So long as the organic hosts were in the prehuman stage the maintenance of the accord was easily and naturally attained.

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