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Definition of "facsimiled" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of facsimile. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "facsimiled" in a sentence
  • "We were both very anxious about the facsimiled letter, and when, after long preliminaries, the Commission came to the Times witnesses, I well remember the dismay with which I heard the first day of Mr. Macdonald's examination."
  • "This was hardly what John wanted; but, not to be beaten, he facsimiled the master's freehand in a sort of engraver's stipple, which his habitual neatness helped him to do in perfection."
  • "At the end are bound in 7 smaller leaves of paper on which Kirkpatrick (?) has carefully facsimiled alphabets and abbreviations, and arranged the latter in alphabetical order."