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How to use simulacra in a sentence

But the simulacra of certain ghastly events that took place under that roof in past days still continue.
THREE MORE JOHN SILENCE STORIESALGERNON BLACKWOOD
Simulacra deorum immortalium depulsa sunt et statu veterum hominum deject.
DDERLEIN'S HAND-BOOK OF LATIN SYNONYMESLUDWIG DDERLEIN
Legati deorum simulacra venerabantur, itemque ctera signa et ornamenta lacrimantes intuebantur.
DDERLEIN'S HAND-BOOK OF LATIN SYNONYMESLUDWIG DDERLEIN
The manufacture of such paper simulacra for consumption at funerals is still an important industry in Chinese cities.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 11, SLICE 3VARIOUS
Its buccal members are mere vestiges, useless simulacra, not real organs able to perform their duties.
SOCIAL LIFE IN THE INSECT WORLDJ. H. FABRE
The life must first be in him or the so-called music, painting, poem are but dead simulacra; imitations of art, not real art.
THE WORLD'S BEST POETRY, VOLUME 3VARIOUS
No smoking-room will ever be other than peopled with incalculable simulacra amidst smoke wreaths.
THE GOOD SOLDIERFORD MADOX FORD
It were well for us to live not as fools and simulacra, but as wise and realities.
SARTOR RESARTUS, AND ON HEROES, HERO-WORSHIP, AND THE HEROIC IN HISTORYTHOMAS CARLYLE
The scenes that succeeded were many: episodes from profane and sacred histories; simulacra of the great saints.
VISIONARIESJAMES HUNEKER
In all ways, it behoved men to quit simulacra and return to fact; cost what it might, that did behove to be done.
SARTOR RESARTUS, AND ON HEROES, HERO-WORSHIP, AND THE HEROIC IN HISTORYTHOMAS CARLYLE

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