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Definition of "modeled" []

  • A representation, usually on a smaller scale, of a device, structure, etc (noun)
  • (as modifier) (noun)
  • A standard to be imitated (noun)
  • A representative form, style, or pattern (noun)
  • A person who poses for a sculptor, painter, or photographer (noun)
  • A person who wears clothes to display them to prospective buyers; mannequin (noun)
  • A preparatory sculpture in clay, wax, etc, from which the finished work is copied (noun)
  • A design or style, esp one of a series of designs of a particular product (noun)
  • An original unique article of clothing (noun)
  • A simplified representation or description of a system or complex entity, esp one designed to facilitate calculations and predictions (noun)
  • An interpretation of a formal system under which the theorems derivable in that system are mapped onto truths (noun)
  • A theory in which a given sentence is true (noun)
  • To make a model of (something or someone) (verb)
  • To form in clay, wax, etc; mould (verb)
  • To display (clothing and accessories) as a mannequin (verb)
  • To plan or create according to a model or models (verb)
  • To arrange studio lighting so that highlights and shadows emphasize the desired features of a human form or an inanimate object (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of model. (verb)

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Use "modeled" in a sentence
  • "His solution is "leaderless resistance," which he describes as modeled after "committees of correspondence" that existed throughout the thirteen colonies during the American Revolution."
  • "For instance, the XI sock uses the signature sideways text, and the VI uses a label modeled after the lace lock."
  • "That simpler forecasting models often beat complex ones, independent of the process being modeled, is standard knowledge in the forecasting community."