Many schools seem to include both didactic sessions and practice sessions with simulated patients.
Parents taking their children to see the real-life Hannah Montana were greeted by simulated oral sex and more.
We then made a separate program that simulated a user selecting from the menu of suggested corrections and recorded the results.
No actual sex happened during the filming of Drone Boning—it was all simulated.
You go in a rocket-powered glider, shoot up for 60 miles, and fall down for five minutes, so it gives you a simulated zero-G.
Shirley, with cumbersome effort helped her with her cloak, dropping his hat and stick more than once in simulated awkwardness.
"Then, of course, it isn't the same woman," said Jack in simulated indignation.
Ought I to have heard her story with sympathy, or at least, with simulated sympathy?
In this manner also Saul simulated an attitude of kindness toward David.
Behind the simulated cheer of his greeting there was something else which Old Jerry found disturbingly new and hard to place.
1620s, "feign, pretend, assume falsely" (implied in simulated), back-formation from simulation or else from Latin simulatus, past participle of simulare "to make like, imitate, copy." Meaning "to use a model to imitate certain conditions for purposes of study or training" is from 1947. Related: Simulating.