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See definition of pantomimist on Dictionary.com
  • as inactor
  • as inimpersonator
  • as inmime

synonyms for pantomimist

  • artist
  • character
  • clown
  • comedian
  • entertainer
  • performer
  • player
  • star
  • villain
  • amateur
  • barnstormer
  • extra
  • foil
  • ham
  • headliner
  • idol
  • impersonator
  • lead
  • mime
  • mimic
  • playactor
  • soubrette
  • stand-in
  • stooge
  • thespian
  • trouper
  • understudy
  • ventriloquist
  • walk-on
  • bit player
  • hambone
  • ingenue
  • ingénue
  • straight person
  • thesp
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      How to use pantomimist in a sentence

      One was the pantomimist Aliturus, the other was Poppæa, the harlot-empress.
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      To be a successful clown you had also to be a good pantomimist, because all clowning is really based on the pantomime.
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      The Roman pantomimist worked in the great open-air theaters, and also in the homes of the rich.
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      There never was his equal in funny characters, and as a pantomimist no one ever took his place.
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      Scaramouch persisted for some time, and was, like the harlequin and columbine, a pantomimist.
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      Her rle is taken by a pantomimist, usually the prima ballerina.
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      The pantomimist spoke a universal language, because he talked with his hands.
      THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A CLOWNISAAC FREDERICK MARCOSSON
      He ought rather to have been trained for a life on the stage; without doubt he would have made a good pantomimist.
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      The modern clown, acrobat, magician, and pantomimist was produced by the union of the jester and the minstrel.
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      Before he could open it, Mr Folair, the pantomimist, thrust in his head.
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