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The Definition of - imitator (noun)

    verb (used with object), imitated, imitating.
    1.
    to follow or endeavor to follow as a model or example:
    to imitate an author's style; to imitate an older brother.
    2.
    to mimic; impersonate:
    The students imitated the teacher behind her back.
    3.
    to make a copy of; reproduce closely.
    4.
    to have or assume the appearance of; simulate; resemble.

Word Example of - imitator

    Example Sentences for imitator

    Lista was a skilful artist and like Arjona an admirer and imitator of Horace; but his ideas lacked depth.

    The scroll has ever proved the most troublesome portion of the Violin to the imitator.

    Here is another point: The imitator or maker of the image knows nothing of true existence; he knows appearances only.

    That martyr to propriety has no imitator in the present day.

    That with the ermine robes is supposed to have been studied by Raffaelle Morghen, called sometimes an imitator of Strange.

    Once more, the imitator has no knowledge of reality, but only of appearance.

    The dog is the humble friend, follower, imitator, and slave of man.

    Suppose now that by the light of the examples just offered we enquire who this imitator is?

    His work, as I say, left no room for follower or imitator; but fortunately it lies almost as wide of my purpose as of my learning.

    Good, I said; then you call him who is third in the descent from nature an imitator?

Word Origin & History of - imitator

    Word Origin & History of imitator

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