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1simular

noun sim·u·lar \ˈsim-yə-lər, -ˌlär\

Definition of SIMULAR

archaic
:  one that simulates :  dissembler

Origin of SIMULAR

irregular from Latin simulare to simulate
First Known Use: 1526

2simular

adjective

Definition of SIMULAR

archaic

First Known Use of SIMULAR

circa 1610

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