noun, plural sim·u·la·cra [sim-yuh-ley-kruh]. /ˌsɪm yəˈleɪ krə/.
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In the late 1960s, Penone made excellent work that distorted live trees, but I quite like this latest simulacrum.
A ghastly synthetic simulacrum of national unity, every leg in perfect alignment with the Overall Theme.Olympics Opening-Ceremonies Review: Hats Off, Danny Boy|Simon Schama|July 29, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Netanyahu has delivered, not exactly either, but a livable simulacrum of both.
“Krush” (Karl-as-Rush) was the palest simulacrum of a Rush Limbaugh.
Verily this sun-burnt son of Arabia Petra was a tangible reality and no desert simulacrum.Islam Her Moral And Spiritual Value|Arthur Glyn Leonard
But any intelligent Irishman will say a simulacrum of Home Rule, with an express notice that it is never to come into operation.Six days of the Irish Republic|Louis Redmond-Howard
Indeed, I was not so much impressed by the reality as I had been by the simulacrum in my dream of sunrise in the moon.A Trip to Venus|John Munro
The women exchanged the ghastly simulacrum of a smile, and the meal resumed in silence.
After midnight every pedestrian becomes a simulacrum, wrapped in a black domino of mystery and a starry ephod of romance.