impersonator

[ im-pur-suh-ney-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF impersonator

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And he stopped for a moment, frowned at the sight of the impersonator.

The architect, the impersonator: the two scandals of her life.

There was work cut out for the impersonator of Policeman O'Roon.

What I feel sure of is this: my impersonator has gone never to return.

Your Indian boy is a born mimic and impersonator, and this was his day.

You remember I told you how fine Mary was as an impersonator.

He tries to look as much like these persons as he can, so they call him an impersonator.

"We'll have a good practice to-morrow," said the impersonator.

Warble whispered to her neighbor, who chanced to be Avery Goodman, "an impersonator?"

He felt kindly, just off the surface of his emotion so to speak, towards this impersonator of Ernani.

WORD ORIGIN

"one who assumes the person or character of another," 1853, from impersonate with Latinate agent noun suffix.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR IMPERSONATOR

actor

nounperson who performs, entertains by role-playing
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