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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MIMICKED

It has mimicked some prominent line, or overpowered some necessary mass.

"I don't care what you believe," mimicked Leslie disagreeably.

"No, my lady, I am not going to let you have it," he mimicked.

The theory is that the mimickers live on the reputation of the mimicked.

She laughed at them to their faces, and mimicked them behind their backs.

In 1840 they swallowed their principles, mimicked his, and won.

I thought how I had mimicked him, and what an ass I had been.

"You want me to perjure myself and you 'want me to do it quick,'" she mimicked.

They laughed at his accent and his bearing, they mimicked certain of his peculiarities.

"Because you stand there croaking: 'He's sure to come,'" she mimicked.

WORD ORIGIN

1580s, "a mime," from Latin mimicus, from Greek mimikos "of or pertaining to mimes," from mimos "mime."

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