Variant of mime
- an ancient Greek or Roman farce, in which people and events were mimicked and burlesqued
- the representation of an action, character, mood, etc. by means of gestures and actions rather than words
- an actor who performs in mimes; specif., a mimic or pantomimist
Origin: L mimus from Glassical Greek mimos, imitator, actor
- mimer noun
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