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Use "monkeyish" in a sentence
"Babies born in times of famine or siege are sometimes, as it were, imperfectly finished, and sometimes have what may be described as monkeyish features and ways."
"He was short and plain, and he had an appearance of being slightly deformed, a "monkeyish" look, due to his build and his long arms."
"He could see him yet, his queer little monkeyish face eloquent with fear, his back burdened with specimen cases, in his hands Bassett's butterfly net and naturalist's shot-gun, as he quavered, in Beche-de-mer English: Me fella too much fright along bush."