Manlike

  • 1 Manlike — Man like , a. [Man + like. Cf. {Manly}.] Like man, or like a man, in form or nature; having the qualities of a man, esp. the nobler qualities; manly. Gentle, manlike speech. Testament of Love. A right manlike man. Sir P. Sidney. [1913 Webster] In …

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  • 2 manlike — mannish, manful, virile, manly, masculine, *male Contrasted words: womanlike, feminine, womanish, ladylike, effeminate, womanly, *female …

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  • 3 manlike — [man′līk΄] adj. 1. like or characteristic of a human being 2. like or fit for a man; masculine …

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  • 4 manlike — adjective a) Of or characteristic of the male sex; macho, mannish, virile. She has trained with weights for years and now has a rather manlike musculature. b) Of or relating to a human being; anthropoid …

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  • 5 manlike — un·manlike; manlike; …

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  • 6 manlike — manlikely, adv. manlikeness, n. /man luyk /, adj. 1. resembling a human being; anthropoid. 2. belonging or proper to a man; manly: manlike fortitude. [1250 1300; ME; see MAN1, LIKE] * * * …

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  • 7 manlike — man•like [[t]ˈmænˌlaɪk[/t]] adj. 1) resembling a human being; anthropoid 2) cv manly: manlike fortitude[/ex] • Etymology: 1250–1300 man′like ly, adv. man′like ness, n …

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  • 8 manlike — /ˈmænlaɪk/ (say manluyk) adjective 1. resembling a man. 2. belonging or proper to a man; manly: manlike fortitude …

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  • 9 manlike — adjective see man I …

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  • 10 manlike — I (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Humanlike] Syn. anthropoid, simian, anthropomorphic; see human . 2. [Male] Syn. masculine, manly, virile; see male , manly . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective 1. Resembling a human being: anthropoid, anthropomorphic,… …

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  • 11 manlike — adv. == manlily. Ps. xxx. 25 …

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  • 12 manlike — mænlaɪk adj. like a human, anthropoid; having masculine qualities, manly …

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  • 13 manlike — adj 1. male, masculine; bold, courageous, valiant. See manly(defs.1 3). 2. unfeminine, Amazonian. See mannish(def.1) …

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  • 14 manlike — adj. 1 having the qualities of a man. 2 (of a woman) mannish. 3 (of an animal, shape, etc.) resembling a human being …

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  • 15 Kaúxuma Núpika — Kaúxuma Núpika, also called Qangon, Bowdash, and the Manlike Woman, was a Kootenai person who lived in the early 19th century. Reports of encounters with Núpika were recorded by both David Thompson, famous pioneer surveyor, and by Sir John… …

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  • 16 male — adj Male, masculine, manly, manlike, mannish, manful, virile are comparable when meaning of, characteristic of, or like a male, especially of the human species. Male (opposed to female) applies to animals and plants as well as to human beings and …

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  • 17 technology, history of — Introduction       the development over time of systematic techniques for making and doing things. The term technology, a combination of the Greek technē, “art, craft,” with logos, “word, speech,” meant in Greece a discourse on the arts, both… …

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  • 18 Chovot ha-Levavot — or Chovos ha Levavos, (Hebrew: he. חובות הלבבות, English: Duties of the Heart), is the primary work of the Jewish philosopher Bahya ibn Paquda, full name Bahya ben Joseph ibn Pakuda . Ibn Paquda was a Jewish philosopher and rabbi who seemly lived …

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  • 19 Chovot HaLevavot — or Ḥovot HaLebabot, (Hebrew: חובות הלבבות, English: Duties of the Heart), is the primary work of the Jewish philosopher Bahya ibn Paquda, full name Bahya ben Joseph ibn Pakuda. Ibn Paquda was a Jewish philosopher and rabbi who seemly lived in… …

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  • 20 male — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Masculine Nouns 1. male, man, he, homo, gentleman, sir, master, yeoman, wight, swain, blade, chap, gaffer, husband, bachelor, Mr., mister; boy, stripling, youth, lad; homme; hombre; macho; lady s man,… …

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