Adjective(1) suggesting human characteristics for animals or inanimate things
(1) This is a natural human reaction - why shouldn't an anthropomorphic frog feel the same way?(2) Many wine tasters have resorted to using anthropomorphic terms such as aggressive, clumsy, gutsy and precocious.(3) Animal narratives, at their imaginative best, are not invitations to anthropomorphic sentimentality, but rather literary extensions of natural history and a potentially potent ethical force.(4) The word means ├ö├ç├┐old woman├ö├ç├û or ├ö├ç├┐grandmother├ö├ç├û and refers to the vertical form, an anthropomorphic usage similar to the derivation of pretzel from bracelli, because the twist of dough resembles folded arms.(5) Wallace always felt that ├ö├ç├┐selection├ö├ç├û inappropriately imported anthropomorphic notions of Nature choosing purposefully between variants into natural history.(6) Of course none of this is not really " elephant talk ", although Kipling assumes in his usual anthropomorphic way that elephants can communicate complex ideas.(7) In the story, the flu appears in anthropomorphic form as a group of human beings who are heard discussing where they ought to go next to contaminate other people.(8) No less clearly he rejects the childish anthropomorphic trend of human thought.(9) Henry Williamson, for instance, rewrote his classic Tarka the Otter seventeen times in an effort to authenticate his representation and to excise all anthropomorphic tendencies from his text.(10) While zooming through the cosmos, he collides with a tiny chunk of an asteroid that - wonder of wonders - contains a teeny, tiny functioning society of teeny, tiny little anthropomorphic creatures.(11) In describing elephants, anthropomorphic terms are unavoidable.(12) To many commentators, the obliteration of the Buddhas seemed to hark back to a bygone age, reinforcing the widespread notion that Islamic culture is implacably hostile to anthropomorphic art.(13) The Qur'an also uses anthropomorphic language to describe God (See the beginning of this article).(14) Totally abstract, and indeterminate, purged of all anthropomorphic and mythological qualities, God becomes the ominously ambiguous and threatening deity who evokes nothing but dread and terror.(15) An anthropomorphic bear in a camouflage jacket was speaking to him!(16) None of the characters in here are human, they're all furry or anthropomorphic animals.
2. anthropomorphous ::
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