Definition of Apish. Meaning of Apish. Synonyms of Apish

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Definition of Apish

Apish
Apish Ap"ish, a. Having the qualities of an ape; prone to imitate in a servile manner. Hence: Apelike; fantastically silly; foppish; affected; trifling. The apish gallantry of a fantastic boy. --Sir W. Scott.

Meaning of Apish from wikipedia

- as a critic of this view: Why should our nastiness be the baggage of an apish past and our kindness uniquely human? Why should we not s**** continuity...
- though one of them suffered Gutt's annoyance when it was caught mocking his apish movements and thus picked up by the ape and flung off the ship. Later, once...
- modernity. Neanderthals were often cited as being an evolutionary dead-end, apish cousins who were less advanced than their human contemporaries. Personal...
- ****imilation into Western culture. The story's references to the protagonist's "apish past" ("äffisches Vorleben") have led some literary theorists to ****ociate...
- objectivity, but made unambiguous side glosses on his text, such as "Mark the apish pageants of these popelings" and "This answer smelleth of forging and crafty...
- located south of Emar to Qalat Gabir. A second theory says that could be Apishal.[citation needed] About 2420 BC, King Iblul-Il was called King of Mari...
- objectivity. He made unambiguous side glosses on his text, such as "Mark the apish pageants of these popelings" and "This answer smelleth of forging and crafty...
- like mystical Signification, you cry aloud, Superstition, Superstition, an apish mimical action, &c." Though liturgical sufflation is almost gone, at least...
- occasion to speak of ...fashions of proud Italy, whose manners still our tardy apish nation limps after in base imitation. King Hal himself having had a taste...
- similarly self-conscious and possibly parodic, the stoic Pandulpho forswearing "apish action, player-like" (1.5.84) and Antonio promising that he "will not swell...
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