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manikin

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Visual
manikinman‧i‧kin, mannikin /ˈmænɪkɪn/ noun [countable]  1 AVa model of the human body, used for teaching art or medicine2 literary a very small man
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manikinOn it was a bronze manikin with a grotesquely enormous erect phallus.He himself had acquired a cadaverous appearance; a shrinking manikin within his leather and steel-scale carapace.The manikin threw a malevolent look at Corbett and fled into the darkness.
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