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adjective as in imitating

adjective as in rival

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They watch all these mobile quarterbacks and they emulate them.

The vaccine uses mRNA, a never-before-approved technology, that uses genetic material to trick cells into producing a protein that emulates the virus.

For Eleanor he was the best supercharged citizen to emulate.

The Nebraskan doesn’t emulate the technique of the Washington painters, notably Morris Louis and Kenneth Noland, who came to prominence six decades ago.

In their general structure and function, deep nets aspire loosely to emulate brains, in which the adjusted strengths of connections between neurons reflect learned associations.

Like the holiday of Christmas, it is a mix of German and American ingredients emulating the Kolsch beers of Köln.

In an attempt to win her vote days before, Schultz, perhaps emulating Ted Cruz, read Green Eggs and Ham to her children.

Admittedly, Doolittle has a way to go before emulating the poetic majesty of the late Winehouse.

At other times, he spoke of emulating the settler movement, of which he was a follower in his youth.

The day after she posted the video, the actor Kellen was emulating caught wind of what was making the inbox and Twitter rounds.

But it is emulating Mrs. Partington and her mop to attempt to preach down a (p. 206) world.

Perhaps at this moment his wife could hardly sympathise, when she thought of her boys emulating such deeds.

“By lying too long in one position,” he replied, unconsciously emulating her flippancy.

"I am emulating Florence Nightingale," she returned lightly.

About 1782 she, emulating the example of Madame Mara, appeared as a singer at Dresden, but with comparatively small success.


On this page you'll find 25 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to emulating, such as: echoing, following, matching, paralleling, and reflecting.

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