mimetic [mi-met-ik, mahy-]
1. characterized by, exhibiting, or of the nature of imitation or mimicry: mimetic gestures.
2. mimic or make-believe.
Origin: 1625-35; < Greek mīmētikós imitative, equivalent to mīmē- (see mimesis ) + -tikos -tic
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