OTHER WORDS FROM anthropology
How to use anthropology in a sentence
Family is an anthropological fact—a socially and culturally related fact.
The philosophical investigation of our anthropological reality is the cornerstone of higher education.
He'd come to your child's Bar Mitzvah, but his interest in synagogues seemed anthropological.
And not just the evil but also the anthropological mistakenness of communism.
Not in some grand gesture or anthropological experiment, just … a cup of coffee.
Anthropological writers, by an oversight, have dwelt on Oki, but have not mentioned Ahone.Myth, Ritual, and Religion, Vol. 1|Andrew Lang
The one is anthropological dualism, regarding the soul as a distinct entity which comes to the body from without.A History of Mediaeval Jewish Philosophy|Isaac Husik
Baudru Dsir was turned over to the anthropological service; they had never seen anything like him.The Extraordinary Adventures of Arsene Lupin, Gentleman-Burglar|Maurice Leblanc
But to break in on a creature engaged in—well, we don't know what primal private activity—is against all anthropological practice.What's He Doing in There?|Fritz Reuter Leiber
These desks were indeed scientific, following in their construction the anthropological study of the child.The Montessori Method|Maria Montessori
British Dictionary definitions for anthropology
Derived forms of anthropologyanthropological (ˌænθrəpəˈlɒdʒɪkəl), adjectiveanthropologically, adverbanthropologist, noun
Medical definitions for anthropology
Other words from anthropologyan′thro•pol′o•gist n.
Scientific definitions for anthropology
Cultural definitions for anthropology
The scientific study of the origin, development, and varieties of human beings and their societies, particularly so-called primitive societies.