Definition of Anthropophagi

1. n. pl. Man eaters; cannibals.



Definition of Anthropophagi

1. Noun. (plural of anthropophagus) ¹

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Definition of Anthropophagi

1. anthropophagus [n] - See also: anthropophagus

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Anthropophagi

anthropomorphizing
anthropomorphology
anthropomorphosis
anthropomorphous
anthropomorphs
anthroponomastics
anthroponomy
anthroponosis
anthroponotic cutaneous leishmaniasis
anthroponym
anthroponyms
anthroponymy
anthropopathism
anthropopathy
anthropopeia
anthropophagi (current term)
anthropophagic
anthropophagies
anthropophaginian
anthropophaginians
anthropophagite
anthropophagites
anthropophagous
anthropophagus
anthropophagy
anthropophilic
anthropophobia
anthropophuism
anthropophyte
anthropophytes

Literary usage of Anthropophagi

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1. The Philosophical Dictionary: With an Original Life of the Author and the by Voltaire (1819)
"THAT there having been anthropophagi, or man- eaters, is but too true. Such were found iu America, and there maybe some still; and, in ancient time, ..."

2. A Tour Round My Garden by Alphonse Karr (1855)
"THE anthropophagi. You would be very vain, my dear friend, if you could, without sinning outrageously against truth, entitle one of your letters thus: ..."

3. Universal Geography: Or, a Description of All Parts of the World, on a New by Conrad Malte-Brun (1826)
"M. de Grandpré would appear to doubt this report; he even denies that there are in Africa any anthropophagi. " If the travels of Mungo Park, in countries ..."

4. Letters from the Right Honourable Lady Mary Wortley Montagu 1709 to 1762 by Lady Mary Wortley Montagu (1906)
"I verily believe she expects I should tell her of the anthropophagi, men whose heads grow below their shoulders ; however, pray say something to pacify her. ..."

5. The Call of the South by Louis Becke (1908)
"CHAPTER XII MY FRIENDS, THE anthropophagi MR. RUDYARD KIPLING has spoken of what he terms " the Great American Pie Belt," which runs through certain parts ..."

6. A Dictionary: English and Burmese by Charles Lane (1841)
"Antechamber, *. Antedate, ». Antediluvian, a. COOD Anthem, *. anthropophagi, *. Anticipate, v. foretaste, s Antick, a. to take up before the time, Antidote, ..."

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