manlike manlike


  1. (adj) possessing qualities befitting a man
  2. (adj) characteristic of a man
  3. (adj) resembling human beings



  1. Now Prehistorian Henry de Lumley is convinced that manlike creatures lived and worked in the Riviera cave at least 1 million years ago.
  2. As recently as World War II, it was believed that manlike creatures began to evolve five or six million years ago.


  • "In fact it was Stella Walsh who was the man," Wallechinsky said. "From that, I went back to the other material, for example, the Canadian report of the 1932 Olympics in which they praised Walsh who 'ran with strong manlike strides' and other...
    on Aug 1, 2004 By: David Wallechinsky Source:

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