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surrogate

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Definition someone (or something) taking the place of another
  • The candidate stays positive by using surrogates to attack her opponent.
surrogates = people taking the place of another
  • She uses anecdotes as a surrogate for data.
  • surrogate = to take the place of
  • This form needs to be read, filled out, and signed by the patient or the patient's surrogate.
  • surrogate = someone who takes the place of another
  • They say somebody made a mistake when he was still in the bottle–thought he was a Gamma and put alcohol into his blood-surrogate.
    Aldous Huxley  --  Brave New World
  • surrogate = something that takes the place of something else
  • vitaminized beef-surrogate
    Aldous Huxley  --  Brave New World
  • surrogate = something that takes the place of something else
  • Violent Passion Surrogate.
    Aldous Huxley  --  Brave New World
  • surrogate = something that takes the place of something else
  • You cannot pour upper-caste champagne-surrogate into lower-caste bottles.
    Aldous Huxley  --  Brave New World
  • surrogate = something that takes the place of something else
  • On the table under the window lay a massive volume bound in limp black leather-surrogate, and stamped with large golden T's.
    Aldous Huxley  --  Brave New World
  • surrogate = something that takes the place of something else
  • Sometimes, you know, the standard passion surrogate isn't quite ...
    Aldous Huxley  --  Brave New World
  • surrogate = something that takes the place of something else
  • It was a trio for hyper-violin, super-cello and oboe-surrogate that now filled the air with its agreeable languor.
    Aldous Huxley  --  Brave New World
  • surrogate = something that takes the place of something else
  • There was no more talk of the alcohol in his blood-surrogate, no gibes at his personal appearance.
    Aldous Huxley  --  Brave New World
  • surrogate = something that takes the place of something else
  • It's the alcohol they put in his surrogate.
    Aldous Huxley  --  Brave New World
  • surrogate = something that takes the place of something else (in this case, artificial blood)
  • "Alcohol in his blood-surrogate," was Fanny's explanation of every eccentricity.
    Aldous Huxley  --  Brave New World
  • surrogate = something that takes the place of something else
  • It's real morocco-surrogate.
    Aldous Huxley  --  Brave New World
  • surrogate = something that takes the place of something else
  • Not even if it were true about the alcohol in his blood-surrogate.
    Aldous Huxley  --  Brave New World
  • surrogate = something that takes the place of something else
  • The embryo is hungry; day in, day out, the blood-surrogate pump unceasingly turns its eight hundred revolutions a minute.
    Aldous Huxley  --  Brave New World
  • surrogate = something that takes the place of something else
  • We slacken off the circulation when they're right way up, so that they're half starved, and double the flow of surrogate when they're upside down.
    Aldous Huxley  --  Brave New World
  • surrogate = something that takes the place of something else (in this case, artificial blood)
  • The surrogate goes round slower; therefore passes through the lung at longer intervals; therefore gives the embryo less oxygen.
    Aldous Huxley  --  Brave New World
  • surrogate = something that takes the place of something else (in this case, artificial blood)
  • A young Beta-Minus mechanic was busy with screw-driver and spanner on the blood-surrogate pump of a passing bottle.
    Aldous Huxley  --  Brave New World
  • surrogate = something that takes the place of something else
  • Made them taste the rich blood surrogate on which it fed.
    Aldous Huxley  --  Brave New World
surrogate = something that takes the place of something else

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