Definition of Mimer

1. Noun. An actor who communicates entirely by gesture and facial expression.

Exact synonyms: Mime, Mummer, Pantomimer, Pantomimist
Generic synonyms: Actor, Histrion, Player, Role Player, Thespian
Specialized synonyms: Marceau, Marcel Marceau
Derivative terms: Mime, Mime, Pantomime, Pantomime, Pantomime



Definition of Mimer

1. Noun. Someone who mimes during a performance of a song ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Mimer

1. one that mimes [n -S] - See also: mimes

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mimer

mimation
mimbar
mimbars
mime
mimed
mimelike
mimeo
mimeoed
mimeograph
mimeograph machine
mimeographed
mimeographing
mimeographs
mimeoing
mimeos
mimer (current term)
mimers
mimes
mimeses
mimesis
mimesises
mimester
mimesters
mimetene
mimetic
mimetic chorea
mimetic muscles
mimetic paralysis
mimetical
mimetically

Literary usage of Mimer

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1. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1882)
"But Siegfried was not so easily satisfied, and he said to mimer: " I pray you ... Then, in sight of mimer and the scoffing apprentices, he cast a light ball ..."

2. The Story of Siegfried by James Baldwin (1888)
"And mimer looked long at the ruddy hilts of the weapon, and at the mystic ... As the stream bore the bundle downwards, mimer held the sword in its way. ..."

3. Teutonic Mythology: Gods and Goddesses of the Northland by Viktor Rydberg, James William Buel (1907)
"... are evidence that the Germans also considered mimer and his sister as twins. 87. THE IDENTITY Of mimer AND ..."

4. The Heroic Life and Exploits of Siegfried the Dragon Slayer: An Old German Story by Wilhelm von Kaulbach (1848)
"mimer relates the Adventures of Wieland, the beft of all Smiths and Armourers. ... mimer imagined he had gained in Siegfried a good workman, ..."

5. Grounds and Rudiments of Law by William Taylor Hughes (1908)
"434. Denials in an answer controlled by admission, Cited, p. 16 ; §§ 26, 180, 287, 304, Hughes' Proc. ; §§ 53, 98, 108 Gr. & Rud. TRENCH v. mimer ..."

6. The Works of Thomas Carlyle: (complete). by Thomas Carlyle (1897)
"This last the stout mimer would in no case do, but proceeded to forge the Sword ... This would have seemed a fair fire-edge to most smiths : not so to mimer ..."

7. The Myths of the Rhine by Xavier (1875)
"Tyr and the Wolf Fenris. — The Hospital at the Walhalla. — Why was Odin one-eyed ? — THE THREE NORNS. — mimer the Sage. — A Goddess the Mother of Four Oxen. ..."

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