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adjective as in copied

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adjective as in imitated

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YouTube and Apple have both mimicked Spotify’s features on this front, offering their own variations on personalized playlists like Spotify’s flagship playlist, “Discover Weekly,” and others.

The haptic feedback that uses pinpointed vibrations to mimic on-screen action is extremely impressive—even better than what you’ll find in the iPhone.

The infant mimics Greef and waves ineffectually, not exactly helpful but still a good prosocial effort.

These are lab-engineered proteins that can mimic the natural antibodies and enzymes that regulate many functions within the human body.

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These habitats are hard to mimic in the laboratory given their extreme energy limitations.

Cadets mimicked his commands, which he issued in drawn-out syllables in his high-pitched, mountain-inflected voice.

The finale consisted of a lengthy dance routine that mimicked the movements of animals in nature.

But actual driving simulation studies have not mimicked these results.

The bust detail on his dresses often mimicked the layering of petals, for instance.

He mimicked the nasal slur of former prime minister John Major.

Whereat Morsfield, certain that his parasitic thrasyleon apeing coxcomb would avoid extremities, mimicked him execrably.

"Yassir," mimicked Stacy, whereat the boys burst out laughing.

She whirled her arms in stiff-jointed rigidity and mimicked Stanhope's fantastic posing.

She mimicked him so perfectly that Champney chuckled and Romanzo doubled up in silent glee.

Others mounting the pulpit, mimicked the preacher, and challenged the papists to a dispute.


On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to mimicked, such as: aped.

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