Automorphic
Automorphic Au`to*mor"phic, a. [Auto- + Gr. ? for, shape.] Patterned after one's self. [1913 Webster]

The conception which any one frames of another's mind is more or less after the pattern of his own mind, -- is automorphic. --H. Spenser. [1913 Webster]


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