Related formsan·thro·po·mor·phist, noun
Examples from the Web for anthropomorphism
But what—after all—does "Anthropomorphism" mean in this connexion?The Old Riddle and the Newest Answer|John Gerard
The charge of anthropomorphism thus falls to the ground, because it would prove too much.
Anthropomorphism was common there as elsewhere among early religionists.Oriental Women|Edward Bagby Pollard
The anthropomorphism of the Jewish Scriptures has already been referred to in Vol.Ancient Faiths And Modern|Thomas Inman
And apparently the Bible countenanced their anthropomorphism.A History of Mediaeval Jewish Philosophy|Isaac Husik
British Dictionary definitions for anthropomorphism
Derived Formsanthropomorphist, noun
Medicine definitions for anthropomorphism
Related formsan′thro•po•mor′phic adj.an′thro•po•mor′phi•cal•ly adv.
Culture definitions for anthropomorphism
The attributing of human characteristics and purposes to inanimate objects, animals, plants, or other natural phenomena, or to God. To describe a rushing river as “angry” is to anthropomorphize it.