mimic[ mim-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF mimic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MIMIC
One of these youths, fancying himself a mimic, had imitated the Moslems.
But the field is nearly cleared, and the mimic war has commenced.
"You're all there," Paliser, amused by the mimic, was telling her.
Before hypocrisy or oppression his glances were as mimic lightning.
The college world is a mimic world—and your lifetime is just four years.
I might mimic a passion that I do not feel, but I cannot mimic one that burns me like fire.
The reader pauses to consider what the poet means by 'mimic lace.'
Young Newcome is a favourite butt, and they often mimic him for my benefit.
This mimic and swindler, he felt assured, was none other than his own brother-in-law.
The "authorities" long since forbade Harporhynchus rufus to play the mimic.