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Another word for pantomime

      1. A form of ancient Greek and Roman theatrical entertainment in which familiar characters and situations were farcically portrayed on stage, often with coarse dialogue and ludicrous actions.
      2. A performance of or dialogue for such an entertainment.
      3. A performer in a mime.
      1. A game in which words or phrases are represented in pantomime, sometimes syllable by syllable, until they are guessed by the other players.
      2. An episode in this game or a word or phrase so represented.
      3. A readily perceived pretense; a travesty:
      1. The act, practice, or art of mimicking.
      2. An instance of mimicking.
      3. The resemblance of one organism to another or to an object in its surroundings for concealment and protection from predators.
      1. A part of a play, especially in medieval and Renaissance drama, that is enacted without speaking.
      2. Communication or acting by means of expressive gestures; pantomime.
      1. A language that uses a system of manual, facial, and other body movements as the means of communication, especially among deaf people.
      2. A method of communication, as between speakers of different languages, that uses hand movements and other gestures.
      1. Something that suggests the presence or existence of a fact, condition, or quality:
      2. An act or gesture used to convey an idea, a desire, information, or a command:
      3. Sign language.
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