impersonation

[ verb im-pur-suh-neyt; adjective im-pur-suh-nit, -neyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF impersonation

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Antonio, as I have shown, is an impersonation of Shakespeare himself.

She was an impersonation of health, joy, and freshness, in the full sunlight.

This was probable to have been the second impersonation of Deity.

She appeared to me as the impersonation of all that was lovely.

How then comes Cocker to be the impersonation of Arithmetic?

To them she seemed the impersonation of beauty and peace on earth.

His impersonation of the part is said to be "nature itself."

The chevalier was the impersonation of rectitude, sincerity, and honour.

Of this Calvinist feeling Christian of Anhalt became the impersonation.

She had become in their eyes the impersonation of the cause for which they were struggling.

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