ascribing human form or attributes to a being or thing not human, especially to a deity.
resembling or made to resemble a human form: an anthropomorphic carving.
Origin of anthropomorphic
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Examples from the Web for anthropomorphically
Contemporary Examples of anthropomorphically
Kate's hair has anthropomorphically acquired its own iconic personality.Why Kate's Hair Matters
July 3, 2014
There have been multiple attempts to anthropomorphically empathize Godzilla by way of a child character like Godzooky.A Comprehensive History of Toho’s Original Kaiju (and Atomic Allegory) Godzilla
May 18, 2014
of or relating to anthropomorphism
resembling the human form
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