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  • (n) an automaton that resembles a human being



  1. His humanoid worker robots rise up and destroy their human masters.
  2. There, half a dozen humanoid creatures with wall eyes, metallic skin, rudimentary mouths and a grasp of English led them aboard a spacecraft and inspected the captives separately.
  3. The only identifiable figure is the humanoid.


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  1. "It's really eerie out here. It's pitch black and there's just this big white kind of humanoid-looking thing below me," Linnehan said.
    on Mar 15, 2008 By: Richard Linnehan Source: Forbes

  2. "We could do it with make-up, in a 'Star Trek' manner, we could put rubber on his face, but I wasn't interested in doing it that way," said Mr. Cameron. "With the new tools, we can create a humanoid character that is anything we imagine it to...
    on Jan 8, 2007 By: James Cameron Source: New York Times

  3. "We won't see a humanoid robot able to work around the house for 50 to 100 years," says Professor Martin Smith, chairperson of Britain's Cybernetics Society. "Partly it will be because of the cost: Honda's Asimo robot, which can walk, has...
    on Nov 9, 2004 By: Martin Smith Source: Independent Online

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