emulate[ verb em-yuh-leyt; adjective em-yuh-lit ]SEE DEFINITION OF emulate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMULATE
Impudently she strove to emulate his coolness, but did not completely succeed.
But Straws was not called upon to emulate this classic example.
The Prince praised the deeds of his ancestors, and called upon him to emulate them.
"And one that an Englishman may do well to emulate," returned Bluewater.
He determined to emulate Windsor, and he sent for Sir Carte.
Was it something in a cast of character or a tenet of a creed, or was it what any one could emulate?
But in getting about the country they do not so much as begin to emulate him.
It was the way they all did the adventure-story that he tried most dauntlessly to emulate.
Why should we despise the rich, why should we seek to emulate them?
I felt too miserable with apprehension to emulate Narcisse's enthusiasm.