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Synonyms for dimorphous

occurring or existing in two different forms


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It has been suggested by sociobiologists that these differences may have been adaptive for a sexually dimorphous species that existed in a hunting economy (Csikszentmihalyi & Rochberg-Halton, 1981).
Keenly aware that it is gender-biased, I use the term man throughout this essay, both deliberately and apologetically, to refer generically to the sexually dimorphous species, Homo sapiens.