Definition of 'caveman'
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Where you just eat like a caveman. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This sort of thing brings out their inner caveman. The Sun (2007)Here he gets in touch with his inner caveman. Times, Sunday Times (2011)British men are rediscovering their inner caveman. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Researchers think the body works best if starved for short periods because food was scarce for our caveman ancestors. The Sun (2006)The inner caveman thinks he knows best, and demands to be obeyed. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Or maybe it's taking him time to find his inner caveman. The Sun (2007)I needed to get in touch with my inner caveman. Times, Sunday Times (2008)WE'RE all spear fisherman at heart - this game is a chance to get back to your inner caveman. The Sun (2012)Not because those foods were virtuous or funny or brought out our inner caveman, but because they were delicious and told the story of their place. Times, Sunday Times (2016)From his perspective, it seems our caveman brains will have their way with us, whether we will or not. The Times Literary Supplement (2010)
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