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anthropoid

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Animals
anthropoidan‧thro‧poid /ˈænθrəpɔɪd/ adjective  HBAan anthropoid animal, such as an ape, looks like a humananthropoid noun [countable]
Examples from the Corpus
anthropoidThe anthropoid coffin is associated almost exclusively with the burial vault.A slightly later anthropoid shell of the 1630s in the same vault displays an alternative technique.In south-east Leicestershire two anthropoid shells of local manufacture are to be found in an extensive seventeenth-century vault.Amongst them are two very small anthropoid shells, one of 1617, the other of 1618.
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