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biped

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Human, Animals
bipedbi‧ped /ˈbaɪped/ noun [countable]  HBHHBA technical an animal with two legs, such as a human
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bipedThrough a quirk of nature, I, a reptile, had suddenly been rendered a biped.The awkward biped stood and looked out over the tops of the grass at a landscape empty of familiar landmarks.I told her, as an adult I prefer the company of featherless bipeds.They are part of the biodiversity of which we, as human bipeds, are also part.Humanoid bipeds shaped their vocal chords to reproduce the noises they heard about them.
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