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  • adj. Alternative form of semi-human.


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  • "Artists were paying attention to how a young man or a semihuman would be able to come up and down from the sky," Ms. Steinberg says.

    Where to Meet Some Angels

  • A red orb emerges from the shards and slowly takes semihuman form.

    Soul Trapper

  • These semihuman Devas would often grow up to become extraordinary human beings.

    Spiritual Teachings of the Avatar

  • He tightened his grip on the whistle and even succeeded in shifting to a semihuman form.


  • And they never morphed into looking semihuman-they stayed in wolf form all the time.

    Saving the World and Other Extreme Sports

  • The whole episode recalls an earlier one in The Land of Oz, when Tip and his semihuman companions similarly escape lockup in a tower of the Palace of Oz by lashing together a flying creature called the Gump out of two sofas, an elk-like taxidermy head, a broom, and a bunch of palm fronds for wings.

    Hard Road

  • He headed his mount for the starting gates at a rushing gallop, aiming between the tall, semihuman stones that stood on round stone bases between each starting stall.

    Wagers of Sin

  • I awoke feeling fuzzy, but a shower and a glass of orange juice made me feel semihuman.

    Over the Edge

  • The face was semihuman, though hairless and tinged with blue; yellow eyes smoldered under a narrow forehead.

    The Earth Book of Stormgate

  • And recent examination of the skeletal evidence has disputed the Victorian belief in his monstrous, semihuman appearance.

    Eaters Of The Dead


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