Imsimulable, adj.

the ability to be without resembling

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April 2016
"The art of somehow 'being' something without resembling that thing in any way was a particular skill of the Mimeographers. Their peers would sometimes pick up a teapot or drive a car only to later discover—much to their surprise—they had actually only been manipulating the fronds of an insimulable Mimeographer the whole time. Such experiences became a staple of humour in the period." (submitted by tomcoates)

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