- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of impersonate.
“Lyra Harris Dan Hoyle created characters for his play 'The Real Americans' by interviewing residents in small towns across the U.S. The final product, a one-man play where Mr. Hoyle impersonates some 15 people ranging from a former drug dealer to a self-described redneck to his own San Francisco hipster friends, is more nuanced than a lampoon of red-state America.”
“Teddy loosely impersonates Sedley in this performance, all in fun, but the rest of the Wits have turned out in a disapproving force—thank goodness Savile and Buckhurst are in the country, two fewer to worry about.”
“Some social malware impersonates users, starting eerie one-on-one Facebook chat sessions with friends.”
“Andy Samberg of "Saturday Night Live" will be in Chicago Friday--headlining a fundraiser for the man he impersonates quite well.”
“Saturday Night Live will be in Chicago Friday--headlining a fundraiser for the man he impersonates quite well.”
“Very watchable thriller about a hospital worker Paul McGann who impersonates a doctor.”
“The world's top-ranked tennis player, who once made headlines for his pitch-perfect imitations of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and other stars, impersonates Maria Sharapova in a new commercial for Head, the racket manufacturer that sponsors both players.”
“Moby - An insidious and specialized type of left-wing troll who visits blogs and impersonates a conservative for the purpose of either spreading false rumors intended to sow dissension among conservative voters, or who purposely posts inflammatory and offensive comments for the purpose of discrediting the blog in question.”
“In my first published novel, The Thin Pink Line, the main character impersonates being pregnant for nine months.”
“The Unwritten #4 - Tommy and Lizzie find a map of stories while Pullman impersonates Candyman.”
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