carbon: noun, often attributive

sentence or phrase from source: This new digital camera is a carbon of a well-known model costing almost twice as much.

chemical definition: a nonmetallic chemical element with atomic number 6 that readily forms compounds with many other elements and is a constituent of organic compounds in all known living tissues

non chemical definitions:

synonyms of the non chemical definition: alter ego, carbon copy, clone, counterpart, doppelganger, double, duplicate, duplication, facsimile, fetch, image, likeness, look-alike, match, mirror image, picture, replica, ringer, spit, spitting image, twin

antonyms: anthesis, converse, opposite, reverse

other forms of word: There are none.

my own sentence: I like to say carbon and I cannot lie. You others deny!

my model:

carbon model

First known use: 1788

History and Etymology: French carbone, from Latin carbon-, carbo ember, charcoal