His example is emulated, but he is considered a real person, who eats, sleeps, loves, and so on.
His early artistic explorations had emulated and appropriated the entire cast of European modernism.
In a storied career, it may be his unfailingly positive outlook for which he is most admired and emulated.
It has emulated others in learning how Washington works and how to work in Washington.
Krauthammer seems here to have emulated the forensic technique of Jim Hacker, in the British comedy series, "Yes, Prime Minister."
The citizens of Breslau joined those of Prague, and emulated them by flinging their councillors out of the town-house windows.
It is an excellent charity, and one that may well be emulated in other cities.
Thus Philadelphia offers an example, in more than one direction, which might be emulated by her sister cities.
Here, at least, was an aristocrat with a spirit to be admired and emulated.
Have you proved that the Heathens "emulated in the transcendent flagitiousness of their lives, the impure morals of their gods?"