facsimile

Part of speech: noun

an exact copy or reproduction

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Usage examples "facsimile":

  1. Before his father left the room, Tom had torn the facsimile of the death- warrant out of its frame, and put it in the fire, protesting, however, at the same time, that, though " he did thist out of deference to his father, and was deeply grieved at having given him pain, he could not and would not give up his convictions, or pretend that they were changed, or even shaken." - "Tom Brown at Oxford", Thomas Hughes.
  2. This statement, and the facsimile printed above, should make it impossible henceforward for anyone to suggest, as many have been suggesting quite recently, that there is any doubt about the whole of the book having been written by Oscar Wilde during the time he was in prison. - "Oscar Wilde", Leonard Cresswell Ingleby.
  3. On Monday they printed a facsimile of H. R. 's ticket. - "H. R.", Edwin Lefevre.