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See also: Emulous Emulously Emulate Emulation Emul Emulated Emulating Emulative Emulational Emulgel Emulator Emulatable Emulgator Emulsify Emulsion Emulsified Emulsifier

1. “Every one was Emulous to contribute all that could be contributed to their succour and support.”

Every, Emulous

2. Join Facebook to connect with Craig Emulous Elliott Sr

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4. See what Emma Petrocelli (Emulou) found on Pinterest, the home of the world's best ideas.

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5. ลองค้นหาคำในรูปแบบอื่น ๆ เพื่อให้ได้ผลลัพธ์มากขึ้นหรือน้อยลง: -Emulous-, *Emulous*, Emulou

Emulous, Emulou

6. FanArt of Emilou Apacci for my good/awesome friend Cat! Bleach Hueco Mundo Emulou Apacci belongs to Tite Kubo!

Emilou, Emulou

7. Curiosamente, Risonho Emulou a versão de Poly (inclusive no uso do famoso echo/delay) porém a versão dos Incríveis é mais acelerada e "ritmada" A Guitarrada "abraçou" esta versão dos Incríveis

Emulou, Echo, Esta

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EMULOU [ˈemyələs]

ADJECTIVE

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What does the name Emulous mean?

Emulous definition is - inspired by or deriving from a desire to emulate. inspired by or deriving from a desire to emulate; ambitious or eager to emulate; jealous… See the full definition

Is Emulous an adjective?

Both mean striving to emulate or sometimes jealous, but emulous is rare these days, and the adjective emulate is obsolete. The latter did have a brief moment of glory, however, when Shakespeare used it in Hamlet: Dar'd to the combat. . . ." Verb If you are talking to someone younger, do not condescend.

What does emulously mean?

Definition of emulous. 1a : inspired by or deriving from a desire to emulate. b : ambitious or eager to emulate. 2 obsolete : jealous.

What does "emulsify" mean?

Medical Definition of emulsify. : to disperse (as an oil) in an emulsion also : to convert (two or more immiscible liquids) into an emulsion.

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