After Justice and simian won Best Video for “We Are Your Friends,” West crashed the stage with an “Aw, hell naw!”
"Sort of simian degenerate," the light skirmisher formulated the case.
The simian submits with odd readiness to the loss of this privilege.
But in most cases, the simian quality showed itself promptly ascendant.
Whatever a simian does, there must always be some talking about it.
He does not appear to be very anxious about describing every species; thus in the simian family he omits several well known.
But the curiosity of a simian is as excessive as the toil of an ant.
When they appeared at the laboratory he was laughing immoderately, and Angel stood on one of the tables with a simian grin.
The doctor was indignant when he found that his patient was of the simian persuasion.
They will use up a lot of it in a simian habit3 called travel.
"characteristic of monkeys or apes," c.1600, from Latin simia "ape," from simus "snub-nosed," from Greek simos "snub-nosed" (like the Scythians), also a masculine proper name, of unknown origin. Biological meaning "pertaining to monkeys" is from 1863. The noun meaning "an ape or monkey" first is attested in 1880.
Adjective Resembling or characteristic of apes or monkeys.
Noun An ape or monkey. Ther term simian is no longer used in scientific contexts. Compare prosimian.