Definition of zoomorphic in English:
Having or representing animal forms or gods of animal form: pottery decorated with anthropomorphic and zoomorphic designs
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- While the story, the script, and the five ornate zoomorphic initials accord well with our expectations of the elite Komnenian book culture, the images seem incongruous.
- There are two types of sculpted zoomorphic figures: generic four-legged animals and figures of specific animals.
- While not well preserved, the elegant carving of the zoomorphic chair displays elongated proportions similar to those seen on the Megiddo ivory.
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- Perhaps because the story so cleverly weaves scientific and interreligious themes together, I began to wonder whether zoomorphism might provide some insight into the question of religious pluralism.
- My paintings are non-objective and contain aspects of symbolism and zoomorphism.
Pronunciation: /ˌzo͞oəˈmôrˌfizəm/ /ˌzōəˈmôrˌfizəm/noun
Words that rhyme with zoomorphicanamorphic, biomorphic, metamorphic, Orphic, polymorphic
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