Definitions

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  • noun Alternative form of mimic.
  • verb Alternative form of mimic.

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Examples

  • One of the oldest of our people, Doctor Lyons, having slept away from our camp and gott a litle in drink, found his way up to the Indian town and joyned with the Indians in their dance indeavouring to mimick and ape them in their antick gestures, which I being informed of, sent for him, and desired that he would emediately repair home to our camp.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • Although I was never was tempted to mimick Mexican women's heavy makeup, particularly the dark lip liner and eye makeup, I still haven't given up the spray on sunless tan though.

    how to "pass" for a Mexican

  • Although I was never was tempted to mimick Mexican women's heavy makeup, particularly the dark lip liner and eye makeup, I still haven't given up the spray on sunless tan though.

    how to "pass" for a Mexican

  • Although I was never was tempted to mimick Mexican women's heavy makeup, particularly the dark lip liner and eye makeup, I still haven't given up the spray on sunless tan though.

    how to "pass" for a Mexican

  • Although I was never was tempted to mimick Mexican women's heavy makeup, particularly the dark lip liner and eye makeup, I still haven't given up the spray on sunless tan though.

    how to "pass" for a Mexican

  • Reid said several members of Virginia's scout team will alternate handling the responsibility of imitating Nesbitt -- who ranks No. 2 in the Atlantic Coast Conference in rushing -- in practice this week, and they'll start plays ahead of where they're supposed to be in an effort to mimick Nesbitt's quickness.

    Familiarity with triple-option offense doesn't allow Jim Reid more restful sleep this week

  • But Penelope wasn't quite sure why the woman was sharing this, until she imparted the crux of her message: that parabens, the most common preservative used in baby-care products and many other personal care products, mimick estrogen once inside the body.

    Nancy Chuda: As TSCA Collapses, Toxic Baby Fights Back (VIDEO)

  • Although I was never was tempted to mimick Mexican women's heavy makeup, particularly the dark lip liner and eye makeup, I still haven't given up the spray on sunless tan though.

    how to "pass" for a Mexican

  • But Penelope wasn't quite sure why the woman was sharing this, until she imparted the crux of her message: that parabens, the most common preservative used in baby-care products and many other personal care products, mimick estrogen once inside the body.

    Nancy Chuda: As TSCA Collapses, Toxic Baby Fights Back (VIDEO)

  • Although I was never was tempted to mimick Mexican women's heavy makeup, particularly the dark lip liner and eye makeup, I still haven't given up the spray on sunless tan though.

    how to "pass" for a Mexican

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