Definition of Impersonators

1. Noun. (plural of impersonator) ¹



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Definition of Impersonators

1. impersonator [n] - See also: impersonator

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Impersonators

impersonal verbs
impersonalities
impersonality
impersonalize
impersonalized
impersonalizes
impersonalizing
impersonally
impersonate
impersonated
impersonates
impersonating
impersonation
impersonations
impersonator
impersonators (current term)
impersonification
impersonifications
imperspicuity
imperspicuous
impersuadable
impersuasible
impertinence
impertinences
impertinencies
impertinency
impertinent
impertinently
impertransibility
impertransible

Literary usage of Impersonators

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1. Seen on the Stage by Clayton Meeker Hamilton (1920)
"He pointed out the fact that the ablest impersonators seldom make good actors and that great actors seldom make more than passable impersonators. ..."

2. Transactions of the Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society edited by Charles William Sutton (1898)
"Their impersonators took part in reproductive pageants, and in the mysteries of Samothrace.ยง Dionysus classes them with the Roman Penates, whose statues, ..."

3. The Smile: If You Can Do Nothing Else, You Can Smile, by Samuel Silas Curry (1915)
"impersonators and reciters of all sorts, extravagant and untruthful interpreters, have almost ruined the noble art. Charlotte Cushman and others gave, ..."

4. Smiling 'round the World by Marshall Pinckney Wilder (1908)
"... of the greatest impersonators of women in Japan. There are no actresses, all the parts being assumed by men. This particular actor is so conscientious ..."

5. In Praise of Film Studies: Essays in Honor of Makino Mamoruby Mark Howard Nornes, Mamoru Makino, Aaron Gerow by Mark Howard Nornes, Mamoru Makino, Aaron Gerow (2001)
"The reformers succeeded in getting rid of the female impersonators and introducing Western film techniques but they were unable to eliminate the benshi. ..."

6. Spiritism and the Cult of the Dead in Antiquity by Lewis Bayles Paton (1921)
"At Roman funerals impersonators were chosen to represent the ancestors. They wore their death-masks that were preserved in the family atrium, were dressed ..."

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