impersonate[ verb im-pur-suh-neyt; adjective im-pur-suh-nit, -neyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF impersonate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPERSONATE
They intrude here, to impersonate the Nine Worthies before the two Courts.
Now when I am sixty-three I shall begin to impersonate children.
What would he have given to impersonate her lover in the piece!
She proceeded to impersonate both that heroine and Madame La Farge.
He used the choruses as Handel did, to impersonate the mass of people.
The students had chosen a hideous old grumbler to impersonate him.
Without it, anyone might impersonate anyone else he pleased.
Do you mean to say Ward Porton dared to come here and impersonate me and get them?
What's he going to do—forge papers, or impersonate somebody?
This bewilderment was due to Miss Lessing's inability to impersonate.