[ UK /ˈænθɹəpˌɒmɔːfˌɪzəm/ ]
[ US /ˌænθɹəpəˈmɔɹfɪzəm/ ]
  1. the representation of objects (especially a god) as having human form or traits
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How To Use anthropomorphism In A Sentence

  • Such intimacy with the apes has brought criticisms of subjectivity and anthropomorphism-a scientific sin.
  • On the brilliant ‘Animal Kingdom’, he engages in a bit of anthropomorphism, drawing parallels between the laws of the jungle and the code of the streets.
  • Why do we say never to indulge in anthropomorphism? You can buy a printer, but can you buy a clue?
  • First of all, they abandoned the personification found in the mythologies and theogonies that preceded them, and the anthropomorphism that accompanies this.
  • The text offered a curious blend of scientific background and moralistic anthropomorphism.
  • The equation of human and animal morality is, of course, anthropomorphism gone mad.
  • The third section of the book deals with the important concept of anthropomorphism and how Scripture itself is to be handled.
  • What is this anthropomorphism, and why do I see this landscape as male?
  • But Christianity, in its anthropomorphism, which is its strongest hold on faith and trust, insures for the individual man in a De Amicitia, Scipio's Dream
  • These shifts have helped create what experts say is one of the most prominent attitudinal drivers of pet industry growth: the increasing anthropomorphism, or humanization, of pets by their owners.
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