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Definition of "emulative" [em•u•la•tive]

  • Having a tendency to emulate others; imitative (adjective)

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Use "emulative" in a sentence
  • "I will readily admit to have a personal preferences for "emulative" and stories with "subtle invocations", since, in my opinion, they are more personal and more easily provide a genuine worldview & new approaches to the philosophical themes often found in HPL's work."
  • "But has Canada always been emulative of the Americans in political dysfunction?"
  • "But most often it is emulative: Where do you get ideas for best-selling fantasy trilogies, and where can I get me some?"
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