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Definition of "pantomimical" []

  • Of or like a pantomime. (adjective)

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Use "pantomimical" in a sentence
  • "In this representation, which may be called playing a picture, action, even pantomimical action, was not expected; and all that was required of the performers, was to throw themselves into such a group as might express a marked and striking point of an easily remembered scene, but where the actors are at a pause, and without either speech or motion."
  • "I gave for the birthday of M. d'Epinay the idea of a kind of piece half dramatic and half pantomimical, of which I also composed the music."
  • "Yet she is a fine thing, speaking in a worldly way; for there are two distinct tempers of mind in which we judge of things, -- the worldly, theatrical, and pantomimical; and the unearthly, spiritual, and ethereal."
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