anthropological

Part of speech: adjective

Pertaining to anthropology or to man. Anthropologic.

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Usage examples "anthropological":

  1. Since, thanks to her numberless eccentricities and indiscretions, she had quarrelled with all sorts of people, she was always obliged to entreat a few influential friends to procure for her her anthropological curiosities. - "Countess Erika's Apprenticeship", Ossip Schubin.
  2. The method of investigation as to the importance and significance of these earliest historical records must be anthropological. - "Folklore as an Historical Science", George Laurence Gomme.
  3. But the great authority that Virchow had- an authority well founded in pathology and sociology- and his prestige as President of the German Anthropological Society, had the effect of preventing any member of the Society from raising serious opposition to him for thirty years. - "Darwin and Modern Science", A.C. Seward and Others.