apish apish


  • (adj) being or given to servile imitation


  1. Neanderthal's apish image was further enforced by the writings early in this century of the respected French paleontologist Pierre Marcellin Boule.
  2. He still has no clear idea of time, cannot write, retains some of his apish facial and bodily mannerisms.
  3. But unlike its apish kin, it had a clearly human characteristic.


  • Texas man claims he killed Bigfoot

    SAN ANTONIO, TX – A San Antonio man claims he shot and killed Bigfoot back in 2012. But Rick Dyer didn’t have any proof. At least until now. Dyer has been saying that he shot-down the mythical apish humanoid, often …
    on January 8, 2014     Source: CW39 NewsFix

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