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- n. Transformation into a human form.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Transformation into the form of a human being.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Transformation into human shape.
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Watching these amazing creatures is mesmerising but, though anthropomorphosis is probably difficult to avoid when talking about an animal so closely related to humans, the narrative does seem to make a lot of assumptions about the gorilla's personal motives and emotional states.
Both – to continue my anthropomorphosis of a bureaucracy – are eligible for Social Security.
Each tale is well written, but because the theme is somewhat limiting in terms of its catastrophic anthropomorphosis theme, readers should spread out enjoying the visit to Williams Lake, Wisconsin over a few weeks.
For example, with her katana, Sakamoto perhaps hints at an anthropomorphosis of Japanese mentality and spirit.
Now, with the public believing the company is the anthropomorphosis of the devil, Ensign