- Having an appearance or character resembling that of a human: a small, green, and hideously warty humanoid figureMore example sentences
- On the heels of the storm came a group of humanoid figures who were covered in hair and had horns, apparently led by headless mages armed with red swords.
- It was fascinating, as lanky and serpentine as a snake, but with humanoid characteristics.
- Its front legs were almost twice as long as its hind legs, which gave it a vaguely humanoid appearance.
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- (Especially in science fiction) a being resembling a human in its shape: a three-eyed humanoidMore example sentences
- By this time they will have seen, I suppose, roughly 30,000 killings of humans, humanoids and beasts, half of which they will have carried out themselves.
- According to anthropologists this is where man's ancestors, the first upright-walking humanoids, came into being some 3.5 million years ago.
- These visitors also have with them some docile humanoids.
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