imitated[ im-i-teyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF imitated
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMITATED
The Sempers can never be imitated, passed on to the next class, nor replaced.
Emma is Emma, you know, and cannot be duplicated, imitated nor replaced.
One of these youths, fancying himself a mimic, had imitated the Moslems.
The second man lounged lazily from the boat into the sea and imitated him.
He imitated a smile at the Chief who sank a bit lower in his chair.
He was imitated everywhere, and was made Counsellor of State.
There was a murmur of disappointment; it was a pity, she imitated it perfectly.
Such a character of God, if not ridiculed by our young men, is likely to be imitated by them.
His description of the tyrant is imitated from Plato, but is far inferior.
"More milk, mammy," he whimpered, and then he imitated all kinds of baby prattle.