Neanderthal – 1. uncivilised and unintelligent person; looks or acts like a caveman. 2. Extinct species of human that existed between about 200,000 and 40,000 years ago
He struck him on his knee and the tall (Neanderthal) man fell to the ground. The unintelligent attacker looked like a caveman.
Examples of Neanderthal in a sentence (uncivilised and unintelligent person)
She was somewhat of a Neanderthal, ignoring every question she was asked and grunting.
The soldier was built for war, he was a Neanderthal that didn't enjoy civilian life.
The bully called her a Neanderthal, picking faults with her appearance and intelligence.
Examples of Neanderthal in a sentence (extinct species of human)
The archaeologists discovered the remains of a Neanderthal man.
The Neanderthal had been preserved in the frozen climate of the mountains.
Covering the cave walls were drawings of bison and hunters, supposedly made by Neanderthal humans.