On horseback, therefore, he was perpetually swinging himself backwards and forwards, now on the horse's ears, then anon on the very rump of the animal, now hanging both his legs on one side, and now sitting with his face to the tail, moping, mowing, and making a thousand apish
gestures, until his palfrey took his freaks so much to heart, as fairly to lay him at his length on the green grass an incident which greatly amused the Knight, but compelled his companion to ride more steadily thereafter.
He now flew into a very great passion, and, suspecting the company who had come in the night before, he went to look after them, but they were all off; so he swore that he never again would take in such a troop of vagabonds, who ate a great deal, paid no reckoning, and gave him nothing for his trouble but their apish
Vaguely the memory of his apish
childhood passed slowly in review--then came a strangely tangled mass of faces, figures and events which seemed to have no relation to Tarzan of the Apes, and yet which were, even in their fragmentary form, familiar.
Their bodies were covered with hair, and though they stood upon their feet without touching their hands to the ground, they had a very ape-like appearance, since they stooped forward and had very long arms and quite apish
Short hair grew upon a large portion of their limbs and bodies, which still retained a considerable trace of apish
A twisted and wizened complex of apish
features, perforated by upturned, sky-open, Mongolian nostrils, by a mouth that sagged from a huge upper-lip and faded precipitately into a retreating chin, by peering querulous eyes that blinked as blink the eyes of denizens of monkey-cages.
He had long since discovered the apish
propensity for mimicry and learned to make use of it.
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khana math via howrahat in panisala g-p in the district of cooch behar
Duck thee i'the Towne-ditch, like a Water-Rat, Make Iigges and Ballads of thy apish
Toyes, For to be sung by thred-bare Fidlers Boyes.
As a physiological chimera, the cynocephalus embodied both dog and human in one apish
24) Indeed, the casting of priests as apish
actors who trick congregants into taking bread for body was common rhetoric in early Protestant prose.
But back to Updike--I'm interested in his idea of an apish
Adam because it posits sin and the fruits of it--self-consciousness borne of the knowledge of good and evil--as that which makes us human.