verb (used with or without object), an·thro·po·mor·phized, an·thro·po·mor·phiz·ing.
Related formsan·thro·po·mor·phi·za·tion, noun
Examples from the Web for anthropomorphise
If man is a microcosm then kosmos is a megalanthrope and that is how we come to anthropomorphise the deity.The Note-Books of Samuel Butler|Samuel Butler
So we spiritualise the material universe, and afterwards, by an incongruous consistency, anthropomorphise spirit.
We may be inclined to infer that the hero can stand alone, whilst a Totem needs the alliance of a hero to anthropomorphise it.The Origin of Man and of his Superstitions|Carveth Read