duplicate

[ noun, adjective doo-pli-kit, dyoo-; verb doo-pli-keyt, dyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF duplicate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DUPLICATE

It might have been the parlor of the White Springs Hotel in duplicate, plush self-rocker and all.

I want you to help me get them out, and not duplicate yours.

He and Jenkins had duplicate keys to the desks, letter-box, etc.

If you pass the physical test, perhaps you can duplicate my record.

Without a word he sat down also, in a duplicate of their pose.

Show us another nation which could duplicate that spectacle!

On the basis of the content, would you say that you could duplicate Beardsley's feat?

He forthwith deputized Lambert, and gave him a duplicate of the warrant.

"That proves that he had lost the duplicate," said Peter quietly.

In a general way it was a duplicate of his own body, but there was no facial resemblance.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DUPLICATE

photocopy

nounmechanical image produced from a copier; making the image
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