Definition of Simulars

1. simular [n] - See also: simular



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Simulars

simpsonite
simpy
sims
simul
simulable
simulacra
simulacre
simulacres
simulacrum
simulacrums
simuland
simulands
simulant
simulants
simular
simulars (current term)
simulatable
simulate
simulated
simulated annealing
simulated hypertrophy
simulated military operation
simulates
simulating
simulation
simulational
simulationism
simulationist
simulationists
simulations

Literary usage of Simulars

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1. The Edinburgh Review by Sydney Smith (1836)
"... and thus it happens that real toleration, and true modesty, as well as their polite simulars, are rarely to be met with out of great cities. ..."

2. The Iliad and Odyssey of Homer by Homer (1791)
"... 15 simulars of the dead. They found the fouls Of brave Pelides there, and of his friend Patroclus, of Antilochus renown'd, And of the mightier Ajax, ..."

3. Literary Studies by Walter Bagehot (1879)
"What a world of detail Shakespeare would have put into the passage! What talk of ' sulphurous and thought-executing fires,' ' simulars ..."

4. Literary Studies by Walter Bagehot (1879)
"What a world of detail Shakespeare would have put into the passage ! What talk of ' sulphurous and thought-executing fires,' ' simulars ..."

5. Contributions to the Edinburgh Review by Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey (1844)
"... and thus it happens that real toleration, and true modesty, as well as their polite simulars, are rarely to be met with out of great cities. ..."

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