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Simon Says

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Pronunciation: /sʌɪmənˈsɛz
 
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Definition of Simon Says in English:

noun

[mass noun]
A children’s game in which players must obey the leader’s instructions if (and only if) they are prefaced with the words ‘Simon says’.
Example sentences
  • Afterward they were instructed to act out a Simon Says ritual in which they were led into ocean waters, still blindfolded.
  • Charles is a sophomore in high school now, and he is still determined that he will not play Simon Says.
  • But in his effort to find a way to be true to himself, Charles becomes caught in a tragic game of Simon Says that will ultimately leave one student dead.

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