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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of mimic.

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Examples

  • The title mimicked Alter's national bestselling book on Roosevelt, titled "The Defining Moment: FDR's Hundred Days and the Triumph of Hope."

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  • Whether these values are genuinely held or brilliantly mimicked is immaterial.

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  • Whether these values are genuinely held or brilliantly mimicked is immaterial.

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  • ‘Designers’ frustration at seeing their ideas mimicked is understandable.

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  • Designers 'frustration at seeing their ideas mimicked is understandable.

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  • News, in short, mimicked finance: Just as Wall Street made bets on bets with credit default swaps and then watched investors bolt, print journalism mass-produced gossip about gossip, and now sees its audience flee.

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  • News, in short, mimicked finance: Just as Wall Street made bets on bets with credit default swaps and then watched investors bolt, print journalism mass-produced gossip about gossip, and now sees its audience flee.

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  • I guess I should be grateful Garrett isn't calling everyone who disagrees with him some nasty name mimicked from English soccer fans.

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  • He had a heavy frame, a neck that swelled above his collar and an expression that mimicked roots sucking at dried dirt.

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  • This pattern can be mimicked, which is the concept of biodynamic farming, holistic livestock management, or permaculture.

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