anthropomorphous


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Synonyms for anthropomorphous

resembling a human being

Synonyms for anthropomorphous

suggesting human characteristics for animals or inanimate things

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We have at the far right those anthropomorphous monkeys, which Humboldt recognizes as dangerously similar to humans.
The presence of the homo erectus rats bring the fear of anthropomorphous gaze to the limit where the humans and the animals are equally threatened.
According to Clark, Santeria counters the western "nature" of deity, the anthropomorphous as well as omnipotent and unknowable god of some Enlightenment thinkers, such as Kant and Hegel.
Anthropomorphous features and social presence elicit psychological responses from students to engage them in the learning process (Veletsianos, 2007).
Even though hysteresis, relaxation, wiring complexity, sensitivity and robustness are current issues to address, we suggest that such an array sensor device can be successfully used in robotic grippers or anthropomorphous hands for building fingertips and palm tactile sensors.
When the Lord's Prayer was written, Christians and Jews believed the universe was a very small place, the sky was a physical dome over a flat Earth, and heaven was a physical place that was a kind of second layer of sky where an anthropomorphous supreme supernatural entity lived and looked down on Earth to watch sparrows fall and whatever else was going on.
Expressly connected with its spiritual character, the use of Hebu wood is in fact prescribed for sacrificial posts (peo), the 'hearth post' (posa lapu) of a cult house (sa'o waja, the ritually most important building of a clan or clan segment), and for anthropomorphous wooden statuary (ana deo), since all of these items embody, in a controlled form, the otherwise malevolent spirit of the tree (Forth 1998:115-20).
Nor shall I have occasion to do more than to allude to the amount of difference between man and the anthropomorphous apes; for Prof.