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noun as in mimic

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The impersonators also sent forged emails to the bank manager confirming details of the requested transactions.

Following a near-fatal car accident in 1954, Davis resurrected his career as a singer, impersonator, dancer and actor.

The documents from the LAPD denying this permit mentioned “female impersonators,” which is how Java refers to herself today.

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I do not offer any paid services, and most of my impersonators want you to join their paid groups and ask for private keys or funds.

Myers said in his statement that some of the issues may have come from an impersonator who claimed to be Shadman.

Twitter is jam-packed with fake accounts; nearly every celebrity and big corporation has at least one impersonator.

Rumors are flying that the resident Romney impersonator will “probably” be leaving the show as well.

First and most important, Curtis is not just an Elvis impersonator.

Some people know Curtis through his passion as an Elvis impersonator, including a snarl and long sideburns.

But you must remember that I recognized Elsa Schmidt from the first, and knew her to be a male impersonator of no mean order.

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

"Simon Weatherby and his wife, Sallie, are brother and sister-in-law of Mrs. Clayton's," went on the impersonator.

Mrs. Brown recognized him at once as the impersonator, though of course he had on no wig or costume now.

Given genius in the author and in the impersonator, and that very simplicity has its enormous advantages.


On this page you'll find 15 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to impersonator, such as: imitator, comedian, mime, and pantomimist.

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