simulated

[ verb sim-yuh-leyt; adjective sim-yuh-lit, -leyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF simulated

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SIMULATED

He went to the window and opened the missive with simulated indifference.

That cannot be simulated; the pretense of it is in general, in the long run, futile.

Then you simulated godliness; now you simulate Heaven knows what.

With simulated reluctance the two slowly retraced their steps.

They all agreed to this, and sauntered on with a simulated air of unconcern.

Steve simulated a stumble, caught himself, groaned and fell out of line.

The Gods had arranged his simulated death, which, of course, had been a necessity.

A look of horror, real or simulated, appeared upon the countenance of Gianapolis.

The cowboy stopped, turned to his comrades in simulated amazement.

"Content yourself, little person," he said with simulated affection.

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