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Definition of "mimical" []

  • Pertaining to a mime, or jester. (adjective)
  • Imitative; that mimics something else. (adjective)
  • Imitation; mock. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "mimical" in a sentence
  • "By which means it is, yet by my courtesy, that scarce any kind of men live more voluptuously or with less trouble; as believing that Christ will be well enough pleased if in their mystical and almost mimical pontificality, ceremonies, titles of holiness and the like, and blessing and cursing, they play the parts of bishops."
  • "Representation of Persons or Things, a counterfeit Speech, a mimical Look or Gesture passeth for it."
  • "But not all the mimical skill of Estcourt (famed as he was for it) though he had often seen Nokes, could scarce give us an idea of him."