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Verily this sun-burnt son of Arabia Petra was a tangible reality and no desert simulacrum.
ISLAM HER MORAL AND SPIRITUAL VALUEARTHUR GLYN LEONARD
But any intelligent Irishman will say a simulacrum of Home Rule, with an express notice that it is never to come into operation.
SIX DAYS OF THE IRISH REPUBLICLOUIS REDMOND-HOWARD
Indeed, I was not so much impressed by the reality as I had been by the simulacrum in my dream of sunrise in the moon.
A TRIP TO VENUSJOHN MUNRO
The women exchanged the ghastly simulacrum of a smile, and the meal resumed in silence.
JUST AROUND THE CORNERFANNIE HURST
After midnight every pedestrian becomes a simulacrum, wrapped in a black domino of mystery and a starry ephod of romance.
JUST AROUND THE CORNERFANNIE HURST
He had played at love, and she had been fool enough to mistake love's simulacrum for the real thing.
THE HERMIT OF FAR ENDMARGARET PEDLER
Experience such as never man had possessed lurked behind that simulacrum of beauty by my side.
THE TOWER OF OBLIVIONOLIVER ONIONS
As he gazed at his simulacrum he stopped whistling "Roy's Wife" and let his countenance harden into a noble sternness.
HUNTINGTOWERJOHN BUCHAN
Presently the simulacrum works no more spells, good or evil, and the deception is unveiled.
PONKAPOG PAPERSTHOMAS BAILEY ALDRICH
In the Midlands a horse's head and skin is dragged about on Christmas eve; a simulacrum, as some think, of Odin's heroic steed.
THE FOLK-TALES OF THE MAGYARSVARIOUS
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO SIMULACRUM

  • bronze
  • bust
  • cast
  • effigy
  • figure
  • icon
  • image
  • ivory
  • likeness
  • marble
  • piece
  • representation
  • sculpture
  • simulacrum
  • statuary
  • statuette
  • torso
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