Definition of Mimed

1. Verb. (past of mime) ¹



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Definition of Mimed

1. mime [v] - See also: mime

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mimed

miltonias
milts
miltwaste
milty
miltz
miltzes
milvine
milvus
milwaukee shoulder
milzbrand
mim
mimation
mimbar
mimbars
mime
mimed (current term)
mimelike
mimeo
mimeoed
mimeograph
mimeograph machine
mimeographed
mimeographing
mimeographs
mimeoing
mimeos
mimer
mimers
mimes
mimeses

Literary usage of Mimed

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1. The Theatre: Its Development in France and England, and a History of Its by Charles Hastings (1901)
"... and the Puys—Provencal Mysteries—The Religious Drama and the Church—mimed Mysteries, and the first Passion Play—Absolute sterility of the comic vein. ..."

2. History of the Christian Church: A.D. 64-1517 by James Craigie Robertson (1868)
"... but at Besançon it is said that he was met by Hugh abbot of Cluny, accompanied by an Italian monk 553 mimed Hildebrand ; and the result of the meeting ..."

3. Cyclopædia of India and of Eastern and Southern Asia, Commercial, Industrial by Edward Balfour (1871)
"... and its active principle was accordingly mimed Brucine. It is now, however, established that the false ..."

4. The Theatre: Its Development in France and England, and a History of Its by Charles Hastings (1901)
"... and the Puys—Provencal Mysteries—The Religious Drama and the Church—mimed Mysteries, and the first Passion Play—Absolute sterility of the comic vein. ..."

5. History of the Christian Church: A.D. 64-1517 by James Craigie Robertson (1868)
"... but at Besançon it is said that he was met by Hugh abbot of Cluny, accompanied by an Italian monk 553 mimed Hildebrand ; and the result of the meeting ..."

6. Cyclopædia of India and of Eastern and Southern Asia, Commercial, Industrial by Edward Balfour (1871)
"... and its active principle was accordingly mimed Brucine. It is now, however, established that the false ..."

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