Facsimile in a Sentence  ðŸ”Š

Definition of Facsimile

a copy or reproduction

Examples of Facsimile in a sentence

He offered a facsimile of the original painting for a much discounted price.  ðŸ”Š

He offered a service where he would create a facsimile of famous sculptures.  ðŸ”Š

It may have been a facsimile, but it was still signed by the author, giving it some value.  ðŸ”Š

In art, a facsimile often cannot capture the original allure of the piece.  ðŸ”Š

Though it was near-perfect, the antique collector could tell this book was a mere facsimile of the original.  ðŸ”Š

A good facsimile will fool even the most intense scrutiny.  ðŸ”Š

His supposed research findings were merely a facsimile of a similar study performed years ago.  ðŸ”Š

It was a perfect facsimile, every last detail identical to the original.  ðŸ”Š

The cheap facsimile would never pass as anything but a worthless copy.  ðŸ”Š

The facsimile, or fax machine is an outdated way to send paper communications.  ðŸ”Š

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