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Definition of "mimickry" [mimickry]

  • Obsolete spelling of mimicry. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "mimickry" in a sentence
  • "It was supremely accomplished as a technical performance, as a piece of inspired mimickry, and as a séance summoning up a sympathetically refashioned ghost of someone who is not, in fact, dead."
  • "Scott Walker's plans for reining in public-sector unions, equate him with Hosni Mubarak and Adolf Hitler, in disgusting mimickry of some Tea Party members' inflammatory linkage between Obama and the evil dictators of history."
  • "He had a knack for languages and mimickry, which he practiced by drawing from the extensive movie library Hunter had supplied."