An anthropoid ape of the family Pongidae, which includes the chimpanzee, gorilla, and orangutan.(noun)
Of or belonging to the family Pongidae.(adjective)
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Use "pongid" in a sentence
"(formerly would have been called a pongid/ape) fossil, not a human per se."
"I like Gigantopithecus but "he" seems more pongid --??"
"Yet he graciously forgave Le Gros and thanked him for his apology—though he also added somewhat testily, “I think both Mary and I do know a genuine fossil when we see one and can distinguish a pongid ape from a hominid without any difficulty.”"