Synonyms for apelike or Related words with apelike

birdlike              doglike              insectoid              catlike              dwarfish              tentacled              saurians              manlike              froglike              insectoids              bestial              mermen              centauroid              ankylosaurus              animalistic              bipeds              balaur              anapsid              pteranodon              saurian              dryopithecus              ntouka              werecat              xenosaurid              reptilians              unguligrade              triceratops              brontosaurus              velociraptor              titanoboa              gelfs              emela              hunchbacked              reptilian              quadrupedal              smilodon              bucktoothed              cannibalistic              dakotaraptor              antlered              echidna              giganotosaurus              raptorial              batlike              gorgonopsid              rulons              hideously              brutish              cursorial              therizinosaurus             

Examples of "apelike"
Dean Falk, a specialist in neuroanatomy, noted that Dart had not fully considered certain apelike attributes for Taung.
In the 1999 film Election, Matthew Broderick's character compares his humiliating story to the apelike model of Homo ergaster.
The Yeti, or Abominable Snowman, is a legendary apelike beast said to inhabit the Himalayan region of Nepal and Tibet.
Abominable Snowman is a common name for the yeti, an apelike animal cryptid said to inhabit the Himalaya region of Nepal and Tibet.
Although described at the site as "ape-men", the Maba Men were not really very apelike and were comparable to European Neanderthals.
An early record of reported footprints appeared in 1899 in Laurence Waddell's "Among the Himalayas". Waddell reported his guide's description of a large apelike creature that left the prints, which Waddell thought were made by a bear. Waddell heard stories of bipedal, apelike creatures but wrote that "none, however, of the many Tibetans I have interrogated on this subject could ever give me an authentic case. On the most superficial investigation it always resolved into something that somebody heard tell of."
Man did not descend from ape but ape descended from man. The first living cells on Earth were human cells. When these cells died, new life emerged from their rot: animal cells. This process repeated over and over again: new cells emerged from the rot of these animal cells and so forth. Through evolution, man has indeed been a fishlike and apelike being, but never an "animal" apelike being. Man has always been ahead of animals and plants in terms of evolution.
The country home of an old friend of Dr. Wilson is terrorized by an apelike monstrosity, which Wilson, Chappie and Yalna are called in to investigate. The villainous Beamish, dabbler in the dark arts, appears to be involved.
Large (approx. 2 m high) Cretaceous apelike arboreal dinosaurs, can climb easily using claws and a long prehensile tail, which they also use to grab their prey. Vicious carnivores with a head resembling the Raptor and a retractable sickle claw. There is currently little evidence to support what an actual one looks like.
On an expedition in Papua New-Guinea, Tropis, a tribe of apelike creatures, are being used as slaves by humans. When one of the Tropis is allegedly murdered, the following murder trial centres round the question: are the Tropis a form of human or animal. The question is a form of the Sorites paradox.
Like the yeti, Banjhākri and Banjhākrini can be seen in our world, and not just in the spirit world. However, only powerful shamans can see him. Although both Banjhākri and yeti are apelike, yeti are taller than humans, whereas Banjhākri is only about 1–1.5 metres (3–5 feet) tall.
According to writer Will Murray, a possible inspiration for the Beast was Andrew Blodgett "Monk" Mayfair, a companion of pulp hero Doc Savage. Both are possessed of an apelike appearance and are brilliant scientists. Before becoming more erudite in later issues, McCoy also used a great deal of slang in his early appearances much like Monk.
A well-preserved and articulated ankle of "A. sediba" is mostly humanlike in form and function and possesses some evidence for a humanlike arch and Achilles tendon. However, "A. sediba" is apelike in possessing a more gracile calcaneal body and a more robust medial malleolus than expected. This shows that "A. sediba" may have practiced a unique combination of bipedalism and arboreality.
In Stanley Kubrick's "2001, A Space Odyssey", apelike humans and their behavior are juxtaposed next to streamlined advanced technology with a highly avant garde score by composer György Ligeti; Ligeti also used ridiculous juxtaposition in his scores to create parody, and this tool was frequently used by composer Peter Maxwell Davies.
The film shows what Patterson and Gimlin claimed was a large, hairy, bipedal, apelike figure with short, "silvery brown" or "dark reddish-brown" or "black" hair covering most of its body, including its prominent breasts. The figure in the Patterson–Gimlin film generally matches the descriptions of Bigfoot offered by others who claim to have seen one.
The Nightmare is a 1781 oil painting by Anglo-Swiss artist Henry Fuseli. It shows a woman in deep sleep with her arms thrown below her, in a room filled with white light, and with a demonic and apelike incubus crouched on her chest.
An amateur boxer and avid boxing fan, London reported on the 1910 Johnson-Jeffries fight, in which the black boxer Jack Johnson vanquished Jim Jeffries, known as the "Great White Hope". In 1908, London had reported on an earlier fight of Johnson's, contrasting the black boxer's coolness and intellectual style, with the apelike appearance and fighting style of his Canadian opponent, Tommy Burns:
Coauthor Michael Cremo writes in the Preface to the first edition, that the work's central claim is that anomalous paleontological evidence dating in the many hundreds of thousands of years, and with some, such as the Laetoli footprints, stretching toward the low millions, suggest that modern man "perhaps ... coexisted with more apelike creatures," and that the scientific establishment has suppressed the fossil evidence of extreme human antiquity. This argument has been critiqued by mainstream scholars from a variety of disciplines.
1. "Darkness and the Deep" (1943) features primitive humans, apelike creatures who communicate with grunts, yelps and gestures. There is no dialogue. Fisher is keenly interested in the neuroses of primitive man as the prime influence of human psychology. Wuh, the young genius, invents a form of primitive language. His woman, Murah, also rises above the routines of procreation, eating and killing. In the end, the first feeling of compassion in the world is dimly realized.
Bigfoot sightings or footprints have, in some cases, been shown to be hoaxes. Author Jerome Clark argues that the Jacko Affair, involving an 1884 newspaper report of an apelike creature captured in British Columbia, was a hoax. Citing research by John Green, who found that several contemporary British Columbia newspapers regarded the alleged capture as very dubious, Clark notes that the "Mainland Guardian" of New Westminster, British Columbia, wrote, "Absurdity is written on the face of it."