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copying another in an inferior or obsequious way

imitating sounds

Synonyms for imitative

marked by or given to imitation

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(of words) formed in imitation of a natural sound

not genuine

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In other words, it is possible that the functional consequences of the demonstrator's behavior (i.e., joystick near to "correct" wall) rather than the demonstrator's topographical movements could have been the salient factor controlling the imitative behavior emitted by the observers.
A sensitive observer of reality, he represented surface textures with a sketchy touch that is more suggestive than imitative, and revealed in his work a sure sense of color, creating both delicate and varied harmonies of tone.
Public circles are commending PTI Government's imitative for getting this maximal investment.
Bahrain Youth Society (BYS) has launched the third edition of the imitative (Participate), which won the backing of cultural and media figures as well as sportsmen.
Ambassador Halima renewed support of the Arab League to imitative which was launched by President of the Republic on comprehensive national dialogue in Sudan, calling on political forces, and armed movements to response and participate in dialogue to address the national issues.
The forum also expressed the urgency for polio eradication imitative to save the future generations.
"Israel needs to look hard at this imitative, which promises Israel peace with 22 Arab nations and over 30 Muslim nations," Kerry said.
Cold winds have sent fish deep at times, but well-fished imitative patterns have produced excellent results.
In a statement issued in the conclusion of the 123th GCC ministerial meeting in Jeddah, the council welcomed the decisions of President Abdo Rabu Mansour Hadi aiming to carry out the Gulf imitative and all its terms.
After conducting experiments and interviewing guitar players and collectors, social scientists have analyzed 'celebrity contagion' and 'imitative magic,' not to mention 'a dynamic cyclical model of fetishization appropriate to an age of mass-production.'
The text contains an introductory overview of outdoor learning followed by chapters organized by early learning standards, focusing on outdoor activities to facilitate curiosity and imitative; engagement and persistence; imagination, invention, and creativity; reasoning and problem-solving; risk-taking, responsibility, and confidence; reflection, interpretation, and application; and flexibility and resilience.
Shaikh Mohammed's imitative has elicited overwhelming response and praise from the community of disabled persons who view it as a tribute to this category of citizens and a catalyst to spur them to offer more dedication.
members of NATO's ICI imitative. The Qatari policy makers also met several other NATO officials during their
While lures will always account for some fish, imitative patterns have proved the best bet.