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Another word for mimic

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Verb
  1. To copy (another) slavishly

      1. To say again:
      2. To utter in duplication of another's utterance:
      3. To recite from memory:
      1. To throw or bend back (light or sound, for example) from a surface.
      2. To give back or show an image of (an object); mirror.
      3. To make apparent; express or manifest:
      1. Any of numerous primarily tropical and subtropical birds of the order Psittaciformes, characterized by a short hooked bill, brightly colored plumage, and, in some species, the ability to mimic human speech or other sounds.
      2. One who imitates the words or actions of another, especially without understanding them.
      3. To repeat or imitate, especially without understanding.
      1. A surface capable of reflecting sufficient undiffused light to form an image of an object placed in front of it.
      2. Something that faithfully reflects or gives a true picture of something else.
      3. Something worthy of imitation.
      1. To use or follow as a model:
      2. To copy the mannerisms or speech of; mimic:
      3. To copy (mannerisms or speech):
      1. A representation of the form of a person or object, such as a painting or photograph.
      2. A sculptured likeness.
      3. An optically formed duplicate, counterpart, or other representative reproduction of an object, especially an optical reproduction formed by a lens or mirror.
      1. Repetition of a sound by reflection of sound waves from a surface.
      2. The sound produced in this manner.
      3. A repetition or an imitation:
    See also:

    same

  2. To copy (the manner or expression of another), especially in an exaggerated or mocking way

      1. A debased or grotesque likeness:
      2. An exaggerated or grotesque imitation, such as a parody of a literary work.
      3. To make a travesty of; parody or ridicule.
      1. A literary or artistic work that uses imitation, as of the characteristic style of an author or a work, for comic effect or ridicule.
      2. A genre, as in literature, comprising such works.
      3. Something so bad as to be equivalent to intentional mockery; a travesty:
      1. To treat with ridicule or contempt; deride:
      2. To imitate in fun or derision:
      3. To mimic or resemble closely:
      1. To use or follow as a model:
      2. To copy the mannerisms or speech of; mimic:
      3. To copy (mannerisms or speech):
      1. A representation, especially pictorial or literary, in which the subject's distinctive features or peculiarities are deliberately exaggerated to produce a comic or grotesque effect.
      2. The art of creating such representations.
      3. A grotesque imitation or misrepresentation:
      1. A literary or dramatic work that makes fun of something, often by means of outlandish exaggeration.
      2. A ludicrous or mocking imitation; a travesty:
      3. A variety show characterized by broad ribald comedy, dancing, and striptease.
      1. Any of various tailless Old World primates of the superfamily Hominoidea, including the gibbons, orangutans, gorillas, chimpanzees, and humans.
      2. Any of various members of this superfamily bearing fur and usually living in the wild, especially orangutans, gorillas, and chimpanzees, in contrast to humans. Not in scientific use.
      3. A tailed primate such as a monkey. Not in scientific use.
    See also:

    same

Noun
  1. A performer skilled at copying the manner or expression of another

  2. One who mindlessly imitates another

      1. Any of numerous primarily tropical and subtropical birds of the order Psittaciformes, characterized by a short hooked bill, brightly colored plumage, and, in some species, the ability to mimic human speech or other sounds.
      2. One who imitates the words or actions of another, especially without understanding them.
      3. To repeat or imitate, especially without understanding.
      1. Repetition of a sound by reflection of sound waves from a surface.
      2. The sound produced in this manner.
      3. A repetition or an imitation:
    See also:

    same

Another word for mimic

Noun
Verb
  1. To imitate

      1. To assume the character or appearance of, especially fraudulently:
      2. To imitate the appearance, voice, or manner of; mimic:
      1. To have or take on the appearance, sound, or character of; imitate:
      2. To make in imitation of or as a substitute for:
      3. To make a pretense of; feign:
      1. An imitation or reproduction of an original; a duplicate:
      2. A file that has the same data as another file:
      3. One example of a printed text, picture, film, or recording:
    See also:

    imitate

  2. To mock