Simulacrum meaning

sĭmyə-lākrəm, -lăkrəm
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An image or representation.
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An unreal or vague semblance.
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An image; likeness.
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A vague representation; semblance.
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A mere pretense; sham.
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A simulacrum of a New York studio apartment.

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A faint trace or semblance.

A simulacrum of hope.

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Origin of simulacrum

  • Latin simulācrum (from simulāre to simulate simulate) -crum n. suff

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition