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adjective as in reflected


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For my mom, it’s a precious moment—and one that, as an adult, I had hoped to emulate with my children.

Yet women who want to start a company or simply work for a great one often struggle to find success stories to emulate.

From Fortune

To accommodate its governmental customers, Webex even added a new feature that allows legislators to emulate voting on laws.

From Vox

Its rapid rise has forced incumbents to emulate its innovations, most notably zero-commission trading, which virtually all brokers now offer.

From Fortune

From its name on down, it’s clear that zero-emissions vehicle startup Nikola aims to emulate Tesla’s soaring trajectory.

From Fortune

It became a model, rarely emulated, of how digital tools can be used to find common ground in a contentious society.

“He was amazing about befriending people where there may not be common interests, and I emulated that,” Bush says.

It has emulated others in learning how Washington works and how to work in Washington.

In a storied career, it may be his unfailingly positive outlook for which he is most admired and emulated.

Kathryn has emulated her parents by taking up a successful career in the law.

The men bore up well against their Euroclydon, and emulated the conduct of the ship.

Meantime the courts of justice emulated the example of cruelty set them by the government and the mob.

The consulting engineer is a man to be admired and emulated by all engineering students.

In morals and in ferocity these Schwarzreiters emulated their pedestrian brethren the Lanzknechts.

He turned his hair back loosely and emulated the independent swing of Mr. Temple Boyle.

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On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to emulated, such as: echoed, imitated, repeated, reproduced, returned, and cast back.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.