A Roman numeral representing one thousand nine hundred and ninety-nine (1999).(noun)
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Use "mim" in a sentence
"In addition to Frogs with its face-off between Aeschylus and Euripides there is the more obscure Women Celebrating the Thesmophoria, which calls mimÃªsis a disruption of life and opposes it to nature."
"Though Plato therefore hates to acknowledge that poems contain any beauty, he does not go so far as to call mimÃªsis beauty's opposite and accuse poems or paintings of ugliness."
"He was wan iv th 'first men up San Joon Hill on th' mim'rable day."