pantomime[ pan-tuh-mahym ]SEE DEFINITION OF pantomime
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PANTOMIME
A pantomime produced at Covent Garden, and published in 1778.
I thanked him as best I could in pantomime and approached the walls.
"You're really like a child at a pantomime, Babs," he laughed, when they were alone.
He was the dwarf policeman in Holland's pantomime in the winter-time!
A mortuary, a dissecting-chamber, or a pantomime property-room?
I made the pantomime of presenting a pistol, and then of a man falling.
But the Lugareo had been going through a pantomime of scrutinizing my person.
No matter in what pantomime the scene occurs, as it may do for any.
"That is better than having a bayonet poked into your inside," I said, by pantomime.
Hillard understood this pantomime; the diplomat had been a share-holder.