Synonyms for pantomimist

Grammar : Noun
Spell : pan-tuh-mahy-mist
Phonetic Transcription : ˈpæn təˌmaɪ mɪst

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Définition of pantomimist

  • As in mime : noun an imitator
  • As in actor : noun person who performs, entertains by role-playing
  • As in impersonator : noun mimic
Example sentences :
  • Before he could open it, Mr Folair, the pantomimist, thrust in his head.
  • Extract from : « The Life And Adventures Of Nicholas Nickleby » by Charles Dickens
  • One was the pantomimist Aliturus, the other was Poppæa, the harlot-empress.
  • Extract from : « The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 03 » by Various
  • Scaramouch persisted for some time, and was, like the harlequin and columbine, a pantomimist.
  • Extract from : « The Heritage of Dress » by Wilfred Mark Webb
  • Her rle is taken by a pantomimist, usually the prima ballerina.
  • Extract from : « The Complete Opera Book » by Gustav Kobb
  • The modern clown, acrobat, magician, and pantomimist was produced by the union of the jester and the minstrel.
  • Extract from : « Acrobats and Mountebanks » by Hugues Le Roux
  • The pantomimist spoke a universal language, because he talked with his hands.
  • Extract from : « The Autobiography of a Clown » by Isaac Frederick Marcosson
  • There never was his equal in funny characters, and as a pantomimist no one ever took his place.
  • Extract from : « A Pirate of Parts » by Richard Neville
  • Mrs. Matthews (madame Vestris), long a celebrated dancer and pantomimist, died in England, aged 59.
  • Extract from : « The Every Day Book of History and Chronology » by Joel Munsell
  • The Roman pantomimist worked in the great open-air theaters, and also in the homes of the rich.
  • Extract from : « The Autobiography of a Clown » by Isaac Frederick Marcosson

Antonyms for pantomimist

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