mime

Part of speech: noun

A mimic play, or actor; a mimic.

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Usage examples "mime":

  1. Pilate compared her to Bathylle, a mime whom he had applauded at Rome. - "Mary Magdalen", Edgar Saltus.
  2. Bellward's voice- and its tones showed Desmond what an accomplished mime Crook had been- broke the silence. - "Okewood of the Secret Service", Valentine Williams.
  3. I too, at fault, bewildered, sometimes take Him for myself, and far from mine own sight, Torpid, indifferent, doth mine own self pass; And yet anon leaps suddenly awake, And spurns the gibbering mime into the night. - "The Poems of William Watson", William Watson.