The prototype was Albert Einstein, who was no slouch with women himself.
A prototype of an internal network, dubbed DARPA-NET, eventually became the foundation of the modern Internet.
Love began in a wondrous whirl, fashioning a kind of prototype.
Was I looking at the real me or just a reflection in the funhouse mirror of my prototype iPhone 6?
One brother, Ari, is a forceful, confident and abrasive Hollywood agent who is the prototype for the HBO series Entourage.
In this father the son had both a prototype and a teacher, the mother having died early.
Each suggests a prototype of the patented forms of the 1840's.
Yet it must be owned that Burns is in general Mr. Riley's prototype.
I should certainly conclude that all sexuality had descended from one prototype.
We are reminded by the picture or statue of qualities which do not exist in it, but in its prototype in reality.
c.1600, from French prototype (16c.) and directly from Medieval Latin prototypus "original, primitive," from Greek prototypon "a first or primitive form," noun use of neuter singular of prototypos "original, primitive," from protos "first" (see proto-) + typos "impression, mold, pattern" (see type (n.)). In English from 1590s as prototypon.
prototype pro·to·type (prō'tə-tīp')
A primitive or ancestral form or species.