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Mime

n.1.A kind of drama in which real persons and events were generally represented in a ridiculous manner; an ancient Greek or Roman form of farce.
2.An actor in such representations.
3.The art of representing actions, events, situations, or stories solely by gestures and body movements, without speaking; pantomime{3}.
4.An actor who performs or specializes in mime{3}; an actor who communicates entirely by gesture and facial expression; a pantomime{2}; a pantomimist; a mimer.
5.A mimic.
v. i.1.To mimic.
Noun1.Mimemime - an actor who communicates entirely by gesture and facial expression
2.Mimemime - a performance using gestures and body movements without words
Synonyms: dumb show, pantomime
Verb1.mime - imitate (a person, a manner, etc.), especially for satirical effect; "The actor mimicked the President very accurately"
Synonyms: mimic
2.mime - act out without words but with gestures and bodily movements only; "The acting students mimed eating an apple"
Synonyms: pantomime
MIME - Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions
Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (RFC 2045/2046/2047/2048/2049, IETF) To see or dream that you are a mime, suggests that you are having difficulties verbally communicating your thoughts and feelings across. Others around you may not understand your erratic behaviour. You are trying to make light of how you really feel.Roscius, Thalia, act, act a part, act as, act as foil, act out, actor, actress, antagonist, ape, appear, arlequinade, bad guy, barnstorm, barnstormer, beckon, black comedy, broad comedy, burlesque, burletta, camp, character, character actor, character man, character woman, child actor, come out, comedie bouffe, comedie larmoyante, comedie rosse, comedietta, comedy, comedy ballet, comedy of humors, comedy of ideas, comedy of intrigue, comedy of manners, comedy of situation, comedy relief, comic muse, comic opera, comic relief, conformist, copier, copy, copycat, copyist, counterfeiter, cuckoo, dark comedy, diseur, diseuse, dissembler, dissimulator, do, domestic comedy, dramatizer, echo, echoer, echoist, emote, emotionalize, enact, exode, faker, farce, farce comedy, feeder, foil, forger, genteel comedy, gesticulate, gesture, get top billing, harlequinade, heavy, high camp, histrio, histrion, hit off, hit off on, hypocrite, imitator, impersonate, impersonator, impostor, ingenue, juvenile, light comedy, low camp, low comedy, masquerade as, matinee idol, mimer, mimic, mimicker, mock, mocker, mockingbird, monkey, monologist, motion, motion to, mummer, musical, musical comedy, opera buffa, pantomime, pantomimist, parrot, pass for, patter, perform, personate, phony, plagiarist, play, play a part, play the lead, playact, playactor, player, poll-parrot, polly, polly-parrot, pose as, poseur, pretend to be, protean actor, raw comedy, realistic comedy, reciter, register, romantic comedy, satyr play, saw the air, sentimental comedy, sheep, shrug, shrug the shoulders, simulator, situation comedy, sketch, slapstick, slapstick comedy, soubrette, stage performer, stage player, star, steal the show, stooge, straight man, stroller, strolling player, take off, take off on, theatrical, thespian, tragicomedy, tread the boards, troupe, trouper, upstage, utility man, villain, wave the arms
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