Similar to an ape in appearance or movement.(adjective)
Given to servile imitation.(adjective)
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Use "apelike" in a sentence
"Once known as apelike barbarians, the Irish were now able to show themselves as the most selfless and patriotic civil servants."
"Beer ads show men grunting like neanderthals, repeating the same word moronically, and generally reveling in a kind of apelike idiocy."
"Yet she could not shake off the instinctive fear that arose in her — man's inheritance from the wild and howling ages when his hairy, apelike prototype was afraid of the dark and personified the elements into things of fear."