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prototypes

noun as in original, example

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He finally had to build two prototypes, one for him to work on and another for his colleagues to play.

The CIA ditched the project shortly after the three prototypes came in, but you can still see what they looked like.

He said he engraved only a few screws, however, which he called prototypes.

The ones Crowder recalls making also were prototypes, he believed.

This is important, because early VR headsets (including prototypes of the Oculus Rift) would make users feel motion sickness.

Unlike his pony prototypes, his was a lengthy, arched neck, held high from narrowing withers and a short back.

They were the prototypes of the First ironclads before Kinburn later ironclads.

Regarded generally they are of a description quite apart from the prevalent features of their English and Irish prototypes.

Posterity does not trouble the villagers of Switzerland nor their prototypes of other nations around them.

These wild riders of the stormy sky, like their prototypes in the Vedas, personify or typify "rain senders."

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On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to prototypes, such as: precursor, model, predecessor, antecedent, ancestor, and archetype.

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

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