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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of pantomime.

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Examples

  • Several of the men pantomimed stabbing Gideon with their spears.

    Gideon’s war

  • With a handy creation myth firmly in place, they openly pantomimed the taut garage rock of the Strokes, deep-frying it in the Dixie-hued harmonies that they grew up with.

    Kings of Leon bemoan their rock stardom on latest album, 'Come Around Sundown'

  • She pointed to herself, then Bella, and pantomimed a swaying movement.

    Uprising

  • Associated Press The Trail Blazers' Rudy Fernandez As you'll see in the NCAA tournament this week, players on teams from Duke to Kentucky will celebrate three-point buckets by fitting themselves with pantomimed spectacles, the kind your kindergartener might make while pretending to be a superhero.

    College Basketball's Big-Play Goggles

  • Despite the company's effortlessly dramatic and often vivid characterizations under the astute direction of Mr. Ratmansky—not least the riveting yet often subtle portrayal by Diana Vishneva as the title figure—this "Anna Karenina" lacks the musical, motor energy to suggest depth beneath the pantomimed surface.

    Forgoing the Classics, but Still Nothing New

  • With a steady finger, the finger of conviction, the Geshe pointed to a dun heap of dirt and rock in the intermediate distance and then pantomimed the act of bending to the ground and gathering something to him.

    The Silence

  • Eir pantomimed a pair of talons hoisting the golem into the air and letting it go.

    GuildWars Edge of Destiny

  • He pantomimed the machine squirting and snatching at his clothes.

    GuildWars Edge of Destiny

  • His smile grew devilish, and he pantomimed giving it a push.

    GuildWars Edge of Destiny

  • Hamlet -- The Clown Prince begins with an atmospherically dark stage, the top-lit silhouette of a man standing still whileÂhis fellow actors quickly weave in and out of the stage, nervously crisscrossing, spewing their own gestured anxieties on him and attempting to bring him into their pantomimed dramas.

    E. Nina Rothe: Reinventing The Bard: Rajat Kapoor's Hamlet -- The Clown Prince Tours the UK

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