- v ascribe human features to something
- The Japanese tendency to anthropomorphize machines is critical to understanding their embrace of technology in the postwar era.
- But it's human nature to anthropomorphize other life forms, even though they are only 200 nanometers wide.
- Valverde would no doubt be pleased that Astrid Vargas, the biologist and vet heading the team that achieved this first, didn't anthropomorphize the breakthrough: Brezina and Brezo .
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- Rats take care of each other - up to a point
When we anthropomorphize rats, they are almost always portrayed as being greedy and selfish. Recently, there has been data that points to the contrary.
June 21, 2013 - The Biloxi Sun Herald