- n. Plural form of impersonator.
“If you doubt it, take a look at all the Ben Franklin impersonators at your meetings …”
“But I figure that 100 skydiving King impersonators is a mighty close second.”
“Inaccurately, he decided to market the film saying it was about transgender "women," yet portrayed them as over-the-top "impersonators" - actually mocking femininity.”
“But the impersonators are a kick, as the video shows, with "Marilyn Monroe" and other stars.”
“| Reply | Permalink clever. although, i do fear it could open a pandora's box of "impersonators".”
“I retreated to a banquette to watch the last of the bulls, and they were followed by about 10 Elvis impersonators on motorized scooters — some of whom wore capes — whose purpose was uncertain.”
“We cannot get enough of Palin ... even the impersonators!!!”
“The trial of Conrad Murray, the doctor accused of manslaughter in the 2009 death of pop icon Michael Jackson, was in its fourth day, and Daniel was among the scores of fans, impersonators and the curious gathered in and around the Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Justice Center.”
“Unlike the Elvis impersonators and underdressed cowboy types trawling Times Square, Mr. DiMenna's Savalas commands a certain level of respect.”
“We meet Lincoln admirers, Lincoln haters, Lincoln impersonators known professionally as Lincoln Presenters, collectors of Lincoln memorabilia and kitsch, Lincoln monuments, Lincoln museums, Lincoln-style management conferences, and the now-defunct Lincoln Heritage trail.”
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