Definition of Impersonator

1. Noun. Someone who (fraudulently) assumes the appearance of another.

Exact synonyms: Imitator
Generic synonyms: Beguiler, Cheat, Cheater, Deceiver, Slicker, Trickster
Specialized synonyms: Mimic, Mimicker
Derivative terms: Impersonate



Definition of Impersonator

1. n. One who impersonates; an actor; a mimic.

Definition of Impersonator

1. Noun. One who fraudulently impersonates another person. ¹

2. Noun. Entertainer whose act is based upon performing impressions of others. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Impersonator

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Impersonator

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

Literary usage of Impersonator

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1. Darkness and Daylight; Or, Lights and Shadows of New York Life: A Woman's by Helen Campbell, Thomas Wallace Knox, Thomas Byrnes (1892)
"... New Clerk in a Bunk Watching for Chances — A Decidedly Cool Thief — A Mysterious Lo — A Good impersonator — Watching a Venerable Coupon-Cutter — Sto of ..."

2. Smiling 'round the World by Marshall Pinckney Wilder (1908)
"... of the Blind Masseur— Perfect Stage Setting—Takata, Great Woman impersonator— ... Most Famous Female impersonator— Actors' Private Curtains—Wonderful ..."

3. The Theatre: An Essay Upon the Non-accordancy of Stage-plays with the by Josiah Woodward Leeds (1884)
"... impersonator. A recent English writer computes that one of the most widely known of English actors—one who is a champion for the reformation of the ..."

4. The Theatre: An Essay Upon the Non-accordancy of Stage-plays with the by Josiah Woodward Leeds (1896)
"Evil transferred to its impersonator. A recent English writer computes that one of the most widely known of English actors—one who is a champion for the ..."

5. Digest of Legal Opinions of Thomas B.. Paton: General Counsel of the by Thomas Bugard Paton, American Bankers Association (1920)
"... impersonating A. The bank sent the money by registered package addressed to A at the place named, and the postmaster delivered it to the impersonator. ..."

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