Origin of skeuomorph
OTHER WORDS FROM skeuomorphskeu·o·mor·phic [skyoo-uh-mawr fik] /ˌskyu əˈmɔr fɪk/ adjectiveskeu·o·mor·phics, noun
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How to use skeuomorph in a sentence
Now one part of the body was surrendered to the skeuomorph and anon another.
This particular skeuomorph is composed of a band that winds in and out among a row of rods or discs.
To speak somewhat figuratively, heteromorphism is a sort of disease that may attack the skeuomorph or the biomorph.