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Definition of Mimic


  1. Alt. of Mimical
  2. One who imitates or mimics, especially one who does so for sport; a copyist; a buffoon.
  3. To imitate or ape for sport; to ridicule by imitation.
  4. To assume a resemblance to (some other organism of a totally different nature, or some surrounding object), as a means of protection or advantage.

Mimic Quotations

I guess if you have an original take on life, or something about you is original, you don't have to study people who came before you. You don't have to mimic anybody. You just have a gut feeling inside, an instinct that tells you what's right for you, and you can't do it in any other way.
Barbra Streisand

Children want to mimic adults. They notice when you choose to prepare fresh vegetables over calling in another pizza pie for dinner. They will see that food made with love and care outweighs going through the drive-through window.
Marcus Samuelsson

My favorite thing about L.A. is the sunny breezes that mimic the mindset of the energy in the people.
Angie Stone

Yoga is the most boring exercise. It's for people who are too lazy to get on the elliptical. Bikram, where they heat up the room to mimic India's climate, is especially stupid. People in India are not skinny because they're doing yoga in 105-degree rooms; they're skinny because there's no food.
Noureen DeWulf

Human intelligence is a reflection of the intelligence that produces everything. In knowing, we are simply extending the intelligence that comes to and constitutes us. We mimic the mind of God, so to speak. Or better, we continue and extend it.
Huston Smith
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Mimic Translations

mimic in German is Mimik, mimisch
mimic in Spanish is imitador
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