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synonyms for prehuman

  • broken thread
  • omission
  • protohuman
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How to use prehuman in a sentence

“Pure prehuman and micro-organic chemistry,” Aaron broke in.
THE LITTLE LADY OF THE BIG HOUSEJACK LONDON
So long as the organic hosts were in the prehuman stage the maintenance of the accord was easily and naturally attained.
DOMESTICATED ANIMALSNATHANIEL SOUTHGATE SHALER
This prehuman stage has, none the less, a very great significance in the developmental history of man.
MEN OF THE OLD STONE AGEHENRY FAIRFIELD OSBORN
Some regarded the skull as that of a giant gibbon, others as prehuman, and still others as a transition form.
MEN OF THE OLD STONE AGEHENRY FAIRFIELD OSBORN
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WORDS RELATED TO PREHUMAN

  • broken thread
  • omission
  • prehuman
  • protohuman
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.