imitative

[ im-i-tey-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF imitative

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The imitative artist will be in a brilliant state of intelligence about his own creations?

The imitative art is an inferior who marries an inferior, and has inferior offspring.

This is why he uses the letter iota as imitative of motion, ienai, iesthai.

But music, like all art, must be truly imitative, and imitative of what is true and good.

True to her imitative instincts, Audrey could be frank with the frank.

And still more unsuited is sculpture, the most imitative and objective of all the arts.

The only predominant characteristic that we know is their imitative power.

This masterpiece of imitative music is contained in a single recitative.

Besides this there are many forms of animal play which are not imitative at all.

In order to be social he must be imitative, imitative, imitative.

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