Definition of Impersonates

1. Verb. (third-person singular of impersonate) ¹



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Definition of Impersonates

1. impersonate [v] - See also: impersonate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Impersonates

impersonal
impersonal-subject
impersonal subject
impersonal subjects
impersonal verb
impersonal verbs
impersonalities
impersonality
impersonalize
impersonalized
impersonalizes
impersonalizing
impersonally
impersonate
impersonated
impersonates (current term)
impersonating
impersonation
impersonations
impersonator
impersonators
impersonification
impersonifications
imperspicuity
imperspicuous
impersuadable
impersuasible
impertinence
impertinences
impertinencies

Literary usage of Impersonates

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1. The world's wit and humor: an encyclopedia of the classic wit and humor of by Lionel Strachey (1906)
"It's hard work to tell which is Old Harry when everybody's got boots on.—"Adam Bede." Tom Tulliver impersonates the Duke of Wellington " I SAY, ..."

2. Far Away and Long Ago by William Henry Hudson (1918)
"... our schoolmaster—His double nature—impersonates an old woman—Reading Dickens—Mr. Trigg degenerates—Once more a homeless wanderer on the great plain. ..."

3. Memoirs of Constant, the Emperor Napoleon's Head Valet: Containing Details by Louis Constant Wairy, Louis Constant Wairy Constant, Percy Pinkerton (1896)
"... Wedding festivities at Clichy—We join these—Madame de Stael among the guests — She impersonates Hagar — Madame Viotte sings her romance—M. de ..."

4. The Life of Robert Coates: Better Known as 'Romeo' and 'Diamond' Coates, the by John Robert Robinson, Hunter H. Robinson (1891)
"... of the Widow Cherry—Mr. Charles Mathews the elder impersonates Mr. Coates in a new piece. DURING the year 1812, many fetes and rejoicings were held. ..."

5. Far Away and Long Ago: A History of My Early Life by William Henry Hudson (1918)
"... our schoolmaster—His double nature—impersonates an old woman—Reading Dickens—Mr. Trigg degenerates—Once more a homeless wanderer on the great plain. ..."

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