emulated

[ verb em-yuh-leyt; adjective em-yuh-lit ]SEE DEFINITION OF emulated

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It is an excellent charity, and one that may well be emulated in other cities.

Here, at least, was an aristocrat with a spirit to be admired and emulated.

Now she sat down with her brother man and emulated him in ready give and take.

Evidently other boys at her end of the street had emulated John and Bill.

Jim rather unsteadily filled; I emulated, but to scanter measure.

Four mock suns encircled and emulated in brilliancy their great original.

I know of only one English book in which the German taste and temper is emulated.

Oriental display and absolutism were emulated by the young king.

Since the beginning of this century the Scottish fishermen have emulated the zeal of the English.

When Antony saw him, he emulated him in that which is noble.

WORD ORIGIN

1580s, back-formation from emulation, or else from Latin aemulatus, past participle of aemulari "to rival." Related: Emulated; emulating.

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