simulation

[ sim-yuh-ley-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF simulation

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One of its most deadly weapons is fatigue, or the simulation of fatigue.

In line with this, a simulation of the military is a favorite device.

The simulation of death, therefore, implies a certain knowledge of death.

The Italian did not overrate that craft of simulation proverbial with her country and her sex.

"They were bad enough," he said, with a simulation of shame.

I urged, with as near a simulation of his own manner in saying the words as I could affect.

There remained the possibility that Anderson might be capable of simulation.

There is no mind quite so nimble, adaptive, or capable of simulation as that of the Pole.

Ludovico was practised in the simulation of diplomatic faintness.

There is a simulation of intelligence, just as there is a simulation of virtue.

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