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Another word for animal

  1. Relating to the desires and appetites of the body

      1. Of the body and the senses as distinguished from the intellect or spirit; bodily
      2. Resulting from, or showing preoccupation with, bodily or sexual pleasure
      3. Relating to or involving gratification of the senses, especially sexual gratification:
      1. Of nature and all matter; natural; material
      2. Preoccupied with bodily or sexual pleasures; carnal
      3. Involving sexual interest or activity:
      1. Of the body and its nature; corporeal
      2. Fond of bodily pleasures; sensual
      3. Of, relating to, or inclined to bodily and especially sexual pleasure; sensual.
      1. In or of the flesh; bodily; material or worldly, not spiritual
      2. Having to do with or preoccupied with bodily or sexual pleasures; sensual or sexual
      3. Relating to the physical and especially sexual appetites:
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Another word for animal

  1. A mobile organism

      1. An omnivorous animal:
      2. One that takes in everything available, as with the mind.
      3. An omnivorous person or animal
      1. One that scavenges, as a person who searches through refuse for useful items.
      2. A person who gathers things that have been discarded by others, as a junkman
      3. An animal, such as a vulture or housefly, that feeds on dead or decaying matter.
      1. An insectivorous organism.
      2. Any of an order (Insectivora) of generally small, primitive mammals, as moles, shrews, or hedgehogs, that are active mainly at night and that feed principally on insects
      3. Any animal or plant that feeds on insects
      1. A herbivorous animal
      2. An animal that feeds chiefly on plants.
      1. A plant that ingests small animals, esp. insects
      2. Any of various mammals of the order Carnivora, including the dogs, cats, bears, weasels, raccoons, and seals, most of which are predatory flesh-eating animals.
      3. Any animal that consumes other animals
      1. An animal with two feet.
      2. Any two-footed animal
      1. An animal, esp. a mammal, with four feet
      2. A four-footed animal.
      1. An animal, such as an insect or mollusk, that lacks a backbone or spinal column.
      2. Any animal without a backbone, or spinal column; any animal other than a fish, amphibian, reptile, bird, or mammal
      3. An animal that has no backbone or spinal column and therefore does not belong to the subphylum Vertebrata of the phylum Chordata. Most animals are invertebrates. Corals, insects, worms, jellyfish, starfish, and snails are invertebrates.
      1. An animal having a backbone.
      2. Any of a large subphylum (Vertebrata) of chordate animals, including all mammals, fishes, birds, reptiles, and amphibians, characterized by a brain enclosed in a cranium and a segmented spinal column
      3. Any of numerous chordate animals of the subphylum Vertebrata, characterized by a segmented spinal column and a distinct well-differentiated head. The vertebrates include the fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals.
      1. The totality of all things that exist:
      2. An individual form of life; an organism:
      3. All the qualities constituting one that exists; the essence:
      1. A very large or powerful person or thing:
      2. Something of a specified kind:
      3. Any animal as distinguished from a human being
      1. Any of a large class (Mammalia) of warmblooded, usually hairy vertebrates whose offspring are fed with milk secreted by the female mammary glands
      2. Any of various warm-blooded vertebrate animals of the class Mammalia, including humans, characterized by a covering of hair on the skin and, in the female, milk-producing mammary glands for nourishing the young.
      1. Any of an order (Primates) of mammals characterized esp. by flexible hands and feet, each with five digits, including humans, great apes, monkeys, and lemurs
      2. (Rare) A person with primacy
      3. Any of various mammals of the order Primates, which consists of the lemurs, lorises, tarsiers, New World monkeys, Old World monkeys, and apes including humans, and is characterized by nails on the hands and feet, a short snout, and a large brain.
      1. A living being, especially an animal:
      2. An imaginary or fantastical being:
      3. (--- Chiefly Dial.) A domestic animal, specif. a horse
  2. A nonhuman creature

  3. A brutish human

      1. Any plant or animal of abnormal shape or structure, as one greatly malformed or lacking some parts; monstrosity
      2. An imaginary or legendary creature, such as a centaur or Harpy, that combines parts from various animal or human forms.
      3. A person so cruel, wicked, depraved, etc. as to horrify others
      1. A fierce, brutal person
      2. A member of a people regarded as primitive, uncivilized, brutal, or fierce.
      3. A member of a preliterate culture, often having a tribal way of life
      1. An animal
      2. A person who is brutal or very stupid, gross, sensual, etc.
      3. An animal other than a human; a beast.
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