Dead ringers?

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Last seen on: NY Times Crossword 6 Aug 22, Saturday

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Dead ringer is an idiom in English. It means “an exact duplicate” or “100% duplicate”, and derives from 19th-century horse-racing slang for a horse presented “under a false name and pedigree”; “ringer” was a late nineteenth-century term for a duplicate, usually with implications of dishonesty, and “dead” in this case means “precise”, as in “dead centre”.

The term is sometimes said to derive, like “saved by the bell”, from a custom of providing a cord in coffins for someone who has been buried alive to ring a bell to call for help, but this appears to be a folk etymology.

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