Theroid

The'roid adjective [ Greek qh`r , qhro`s , wild beast + -oid .] (Medicine) Resembling a beast in nature or habit; marked by animal characteristics; as, theroid idiocy.
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theroid

Resembling an animal in instincts or propensities. ... Origin: G. Ther, a wild beast, + eidos, resemblance ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Theroid

• (a.) Resembling a beast in nature or habit; marked by animal characteristics; as, theroid idiocy.
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theroid

theroid Like or having the form of a brute; of bestial nature or character.
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theroid

Type: Term Pronunciation: thē′royd Definitions: 1. Resembling an animal in instincts or propensities.
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