Impersonator and Mimic


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Impersonator noun – A person who imitates another's voice and mannerisms for comic effect.
Usage example: a versatile impersonator, he conjures up a glittering array of female stars and divas in the course of his act

Mimic is a synonym for impersonator in actor topic. In some cases you can use "Mimic" instead the word "Impersonator" as a noun or a verb, when it comes to topics like performing arts. popular alternative
Nearby Words: impersonate, impersonal, impersonation, impersonated, impersonating
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Mimic noun – A person who imitates another's voice and mannerisms for comic effect.
Usage example: a gifted mimic who can do a terrific imitation of anyone's voice

Impersonator is a synonym for mimic in actor topic. You can use "Impersonator" instead a noun "Mimic", if it concerns topics such as imitator, performing arts, person who imitates. popular alternative
Nearby Word: mimicry
Synonyms for Mimic

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  • Creator / Orson Welles Man of a Thousand Voices: Despite having a gifted, recognizable voice, Welles was an incredible mimic and impersonator.
  • In an early episode of Pokémon, Team Rocket steals a Ditto belonging to the professional impersonator Duplica, only to discover that it cannot mimic faces properly.
  • They Look Like Us Now Most of the Shape Shifter tropes and spy tropes apply, with the caveat that things like Kill and Replace and Dead Person Impersonation can only be used if few people really knew the original, since the impersonator can't mimic specific people.
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