Definition of simulated:
mistaken, unreal, dummy, strained, ersatz, imaginary, pseudo, sham, mock, sour, faux, factitious, manmade, imitation, imitative, forced, fake, bogus, made-up, bastard, off-key, phoney, false, synthetic, untrue, plastic, spurious, substitute, unnatural, delusive, affected, real, fictive, phony, fictitious, assumed, hypothetical, man-made, pretend, artificial, mechanical, put on, mimic, contrived.
- imitated (part of speech: verb)
- represented (part of speech: verb)
Perhaps this was why they accepted this proposition in a sort of panting silence, which remained unbroken while the lawyer crossed the floor, unlocked the cupboard and brought out before them a bottle which he held up before their eyes with a simulated glee almost saturnine.
Could the color that came and went like light from an inner flame,- could tears that seemed to come more from her heart than from her eyes,- could words that had sounded so true and womanly, and that had often dwelt on the most sacred themes, be only simulated?- "From Jest to Earnest", E. P. Roe.
I simulated approval of what he said, but all the answer I returned was that I had come thither, as in duty bound, to receive the Queen's orders and to contribute all in my power to restore the public peace and tranquillity.- "The Memoirs of Cardinal de Retz, Complete", Jean Francois Paul de Gondi, Cardinal de Retz.