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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of facsimile.

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Examples

  • 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.

    Writer's Recollections

  • 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.

    The Life of John Ruskin

  • 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.

    Three Centuries of a City Library an Historical and Descriptive Account of the Norwich Public Library Established in 1608 and the present Public Library opened in 1857

  • But side by side with that history of inflation from the infinitesimal to the immense is another development, the change year by year from the shabby impecuniosity of the Camden Town lodging to the lavish munificence of the Crest Hill marble staircase and my aunt's golden bed, the bed that was facsimiled from Fontainebleau.

    Tono Bungay

  • If a page is torn, it can be repaired, or if a piece of it is missing, it can be facsimiled, and the whole of the inside of the volume can be washed throughout.

    The Private Library What We Do Know, What We Don't Know, What We Ought to Know About Our Books

  • 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.

    The Life of John Ruskin

  • {299} This was facsimiled in 1862, and again by Mr. Griggs in 1880.

    A Life of William Shakespeare with portraits and facsimiles

  • 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.

    A Writer's Recollections — Volume 2

  • Fielding's own benefit, as appears from the curious ticket attributed to Hogarth and facsimiled by A.M. Ireland, took place on April 25, but we have no record of the amount of his gains.

    Fielding

  • Fielding's own benefit, as appears from the curious ticket attributed to Hogarth and facsimiled by A.M. Ireland, took place on April 25, but we have no record of the amount of his gains.

    Fielding

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