a painter or sculptor of animal subjects, esp a member of a group of early 19th-century French sculptors who specialized in realistic figures of animals, usually in bronze
(as modifier): an animalier bronze
preoccupation with or motivation by sensual, physical, or carnal appetites rather than moral, spiritual, or intellectual forces. the theory that human beings lack a spiritual nature. Historical Examples Let the object of existence be reunion with God, not the mere gratification of animalism. The Catholic World; Vol. IV.; October, 1866, to March, 1867. E. Rameur […]
a person driven by appetites; sensualist. an advocate of the theory of animalism.
a person driven by appetites; sensualist. an advocate of the theory of animalism. Contemporary Examples But football by its nature is animalistic, raw, a bloody piece of meat. NFL Playoffs: Why Football Needs Violence Buzz Bissinger January 17, 2011 She is equally desirous of Levine, as animalistic and eager to consume him while sticky with […]
the state of being an . the nature or instincts of human beings. . Historical Examples After the Phytozoa come the Protozoa, or first forms in which animality is distinctly recognised. Marvels of Pond-life Henry J. Slack Humanity is (as Comte thought) a higher degree of animality. Modern Skepticism C. J. Ellicott Priests and nuns […]