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anthropomorphous (adj.)

"having human form; anthropoid in form" (of apes, etc.), 1753, Englishing of Late Latin anthropomorphus "having human form," from Greek anthropomorphos "of human form," from anthrōpos "human being" (see anthropo-) + morphē "form," a word of uncertain etymology. Related: Anthropomorphously.

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Definitions of anthropomorphous

anthropomorphous (adj.)
suggesting human characteristics for animals or inanimate things;
Synonyms: anthropomorphic / humanlike
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