English words and Examples of Usage

use "imitate" in a sentence

I learned in high school how to imitate straight people really well.

It was a favorite among schoolchildren who imitate its kneeling pose during tours.

Back then, many singers tried to imitate Crosby, as he was the paramount of all vocalists.

Ross commented that We always did the best we could to imitate the steps we saw.

You should imitate his behavior.

Studies show that newborn babies imitate the facial expressions of their parents.

Children imitate their parents' habits.

People have a natural tendency to imitate or model the behavior of significant figures in their lives.

Some people feel that coverage of violent crimes in the media often results in further crimes by those who wish to imitate what they see.

My dad can imitate the calls of about 30 different kinds of birds.

The clergy should wear their proper dress and not imitate what the lay people wore.

Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, "Insist on yourself, never imitate."

The audience imitate the sounds of these animals: Croak!"

I imagine your parents will be somewhat surprised when they find out that we are getting married. imitate

Killer whales imitate others, and seem to deliberately teach skills to their kin.

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