pantomimed[ pan-tuh-mahym ]SEE DEFINITION OF pantomimed
Synonyms for pantomimed
- look like
- do like
- go like
- make believe
- make fun of
- make like
- take off
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PANTOMIMED
Here Mr. Dempsey pantomimed the action of tossing off a dram.
Smith shook his head and pantomimed Handy to survey his get-up.
Miss Levering turned and pantomimed to Ernestine, 'You see it's no use!'
The clown, drawing from the wide pantaloons a dollar, pantomimed to Bud.
The guide was pantomimed by our fat man for a conservative pace becoming the hot morning and the difficult route.
The maid, a thin-lipped young woman with a jutting jaw and an implacable eye, pantomimed her annoyance.
Sometimes he turned and pantomimed as ably and fiercely as a man being stung by a thousand hornets.
The big lunk made a grab at the girl, and I whipped out my skean and pantomimed.
Earnestly we pantomimed stretcher beds—our own stretcher beds—and reposeful slumber thereon.
We were awakened from our siesta by the spherical maid who mouthed and pantomimed that a Seor was waiting for us in the hall.