Definition of Simuls

1. Noun. (plural of simul) ¹



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Definition of Simuls

1. simul [n] - See also: simul

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Simuls

simulationists
simulations
simulative
simulative electronic deception
simulator
simulators
simulatory
simulcast
simulcasted
simulcasting
simulcasts
simulfix
simulfixes
simuliidae
simuliums
simuls (current term)
simultagnosia
simultanagnosia
simultanagnosias
simultaneities
simultaneity
simultaneous
simultaneous contrast
simultaneous death
simultaneous deaths
simultaneous equations
simultaneous operation
simultaneous perception
simultaneously

Literary usage of Simuls

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1. Latin Composition by Bernard Melzar Allen (1912)
"... because, and quoniam, since, which take the Indicative, and by cum, since, which takes the Subjunctive. cum clam transire non possent s6 revert! simuls- ..."

2. First Lessons in Latin by Elisha Jones (1880)
"Silvias, i, m., name of several kings of Alba; Silvius Pro- cas, a king of Alba and father of Numitor and Amulius. simuls, simile, like, SIMILAR sin, conj. ..."

3. A Latin Primer: Introductory to Gildersleeve's Latin Series by Basil Lanneau Gildersleeve (1875)
"... at. simuls, 1. make believe, work, endeavor. sham. ' Neuter Adjectives are freely used in Latin as substantives in so-called agreement with their gender ..."

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