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pantomimed

See definition of pantomimed on Dictionary.com
  • as inmimic
  • as inmime
  • as insignalize
  • as ingesture/gesticulate

synonyms for pantomimed

  • ape
  • look like
  • mirror
  • resemble
  • simulate
  • act
  • burlesque
  • caricature
  • copy
  • copycat
  • ditto
  • do
  • echo
  • enact
  • fake
  • impersonate
  • mime
  • pantomime
  • parody
  • parrot
  • perform
  • personate
  • play
  • ridicule
  • sham
  • travesty
  • do like
  • go like
  • make believe
  • make fun of
  • make like
  • take off
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antonyms for pantomimed

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  • direct
  • fail
  • halt
  • idle
  • prevent
  • stop
    • speak
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    How to use pantomimed in a sentence

    The big lunk made a grab at the girl, and I whipped out my skean and pantomimed.
    THE DOOR THROUGH SPACEMARION ZIMMER BRADLEY
    He laughed and shook his head in a well-pantomimed incredulity, representing popular opinion outside.
    THE MAGNETIC NORTHELIZABETH ROBINS (C. E. RAIMOND)
    Earnestly we pantomimed stretcher beds—our own stretcher beds—and reposeful slumber thereon.
    PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOL. 156, JAN. 29, 1919VARIOUS
    Sometimes he turned and pantomimed as ably and fiercely as a man being stung by a thousand hornets.
    WOUNDS IN THE RAINSTEPHEN CRANE
    The guide was pantomimed by our fat man for a conservative pace becoming the hot morning and the difficult route.
    LIPPINCOTT'S MAGAZINE, VOL. 26, AUGUST, 1880VARIOUS
    The maid, a thin-lipped young woman with a jutting jaw and an implacable eye, pantomimed her annoyance.
    THE EDDYCLARENCE L. CULLEN
    Pleasant pantomimed with a thumbnail crooked on the outer edge of each eye-socket.
    IN HAPPY VALLEYJOHN FOX
    Here Mr. Dempsey pantomimed the action of tossing off a dram.
    THE KNIGHT OF GWYNNE, VOL. II (OF II)CHARLES JAMES LEVER
    The clown, drawing from the wide pantaloons a dollar, pantomimed to Bud.
    THE COURT OF BOYVILLEWILLIAM ALLEN WHITE
    Smith shook his head and pantomimed Handy to survey his get-up.
    A PIRATE OF PARTSRICHARD NEVILLE
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