Definition of "anthropomorphist" [an•thro•po•mor•phist]
One who anthropomorphizes.(noun)
One who attributes the human form or other human attributes to God.(noun)
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Use "anthropomorphist" in a sentence
"When we look more closely, we see that cats do not in fact torture their mice (only an "anthropomorphist" could make such a self-incriminating transference) but, rather, are fascinated by rapid movement and lose interest only when it ceases."
"The 'catastrophic consequences' that we coarse bloggers are concerned with emanate from the anthropomorphist phenomenon of recycled bovine excrement being regurgitated from the mouths of lobbyists for further ingestion by the credulous; to influence them into supporting the vested interests of some very wicked ideologues."
"Of course I was an anthropomorphist, and read a great deal of human nature into them; otherwise it wouldn't have been such fun."