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archetype an original model or pattern from which others are made or copied; prototype.
balsa the wood of this tree, used for rafts and model airplanes. [1/2 definitions]
beau ideal an example or model of perfection or excellence. [1/2 definitions]
crèche a model of Jesus Christ's nativity in the Bethlehem stable, exhibited esp. at Christmas. [1/3 definitions]
dope any of various products resembling varnish, used to waterproof and reinforce fabric or paper, as on balloons or model airplane wings. [1/6 definitions]
example a model or standard of something to be either imitated or avoided. [1/4 definitions]
exemplar one worthy to be imitated or studied; model. [1/4 definitions]
exemplary serving as a model or guide. [1/4 definitions]
formula a conventional model for doing something. [1/6 definitions]
full-scale of a copy or model, having the same dimensions as the original; not reduced. [1/2 definitions]
glue sniffing the potentially brain-damaging act or practice of inhaling the fumes of certain types of glue, such as model airplane glue, and thereby becoming intoxicated, giddy, or the like.
hero one who demonstrates great courage and nobility, esp. one who is considered a model or ideal. [1/3 definitions]
ideal regarded as a model or standard of excellence or perfection. [1/6 definitions]
large-scale drawn or constructed in relatively large proportions, as a map, blueprint, or model. [1/2 definitions]
lay figure a jointed, usu. wooden model of the human body, used by artists as a substitute for a live model.
layout an arrangement, design, or plan as shown either by laying its components out in a drawing or model, or by the structure itself on its actual site. [1/4 definitions]
lead1 an example or model for behavior or action. [1/20 definitions]
mannequin a model of the human torso or body used to fit or display clothing; dummy. [1/2 definitions]
maquette a small model of a planned building, sculpture, or the like.
maze a drawing or small model made to resemble a network of confusing pathways, such as may be used as a game or toy. [1/4 definitions]
mockup a model, often full-sized, built for display, study, or testing.