Definition of Emulations

1. Noun. (plural of emulation) ¹



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Definition of Emulations

1. emulation [n] - See also: emulation

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Emulations

empyroses
empyrosis
ems
emself
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emu-wren
emu wren
emulable
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emulations (current term)
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emulatress
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emule
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emulgent

Literary usage of Emulations

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1. Sermons to a country congregation by Augustus William Hare (1836)
"These emulations then are works of the flesh, and that manifestly. ... Now observe what sort of company the apostle classes emulations with: " The works of ..."

2. A Discourse Concerning the Divine Providence by William Sherlock (1851)
"But jealousies and emulations, the necessity of defending themselves against potent neighbours, or the ambition to equal, or to outdo them, restrains public ..."

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