EXAMPLES | WORD ORIGIN noun a person or thing that simulates; pretender. adjective simulated; false; counterfeit. imitative; simulative. Related forms non·sim·u·lar, noun, adjective un·sim·u·lar, adjective
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They revolve on their axes,
simular to the world, from east to west, and have already reached the shores of the Pacifick oshun. British Dictionary definitions for simular noun a person or thing that simulates or imitates; sham
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Word Origin and History for simular n.
1520s, "one who simulates," irregularly formed (perhaps on the model of
similar) from Latin simulare "to make like, imitate, copy, represent," from stem of similis "like" (see similar). As an adjective, "simulated," from 1610s.
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