Infantlike

In´fant`like`


a.1.Like an infant.
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Finally, Paul Ruvolo from Bryn Mawr College spoke about learning models of infant-mother interaction, with applications to generation of infantlike behavior on a robot and detection of abnormal development in infants.
Children's stories increasingly portrayed bears as cuddly and infantlike.
Yet his praise of the "divine eloquence" of the Gospels does not necessarily prevent him from regarding biblical text as a literary text like any other, available to the poet's probing intellect; nor does his respect for Christ's "meekness of spirit, sweetness of eloquence and infantlike simplicity of heart" (64) necessarily mean that he himself aspired to attain these same qualities (indeed, we have already seen in "Mirskaia vlast'" that he rejects them).