imitator


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Synonyms for imitator

one who mindlessly imitates another

Synonyms for imitator

someone who (fraudulently) assumes the appearance of another

someone who copies the words or behavior of another

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imitator ticks are various species of birds and mammals (3), the notable finding of this study is the potential participation of A.
He also includes a related personal story as he unfolds his testimony as a follower and imitator of Jesus Christ.
SANTA CLARITA -- A popular community Web site that was recently mimicked by a copycat appears to have shut down the imitator, its owner said Tuesday.
Baxter, a schoolteacher, Elvis imitator and Anglican priest in Newmarket, Ont.
SHANE KELLY showed that he too fancies the role of Piggott imitator as he rode Thesis to a very cheeky neck victory over Dunkineely Boy in the first division of the mile handicap, easing the Jamie Osborne favourite down in the last 100 yards to leave the issue in a little doubt right to the line.
In practice, the imitator does not incur any development expenses and does not pay any interest on the investment of the innovation.
He also wrote plays of his own, adapted others for <IR> RICHARD MANSFIELD </IR> , and satirized Mansfield in a novel, The Imitator (1901).
Called the "great imitator," alder can even be fashioned into butcher block (left).
Imitator beats chemicals - School grenade chemical type "G" in the amount of 795 pieces.
A master might have smooth, consistent strokes, say, while an imitator is jerky," says study coauthor Hany Farid, a computer scientist at Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.
Gossaert, darling of Netherlandish court society and an impressive artistic innovator, fell out of favor in the early twentieth century; Friedlander branded him a tasteless imitator of the fifteenth-century primitifs whom he so loved and a mannered practitioner of an Italian mode, far removed from a reigning aesthetic canon based largely on Raphael.
Japan remains a brilliant imitator, as our Starbucks story reveals, finding ways to absorb a business model and recast it for greater success.