English words and Examples of Usage

use "mimic" in a sentence

In the lab, researchers employed periodic misting to mimic runoff.

But for most, these features aren't enough to mimic the laptop experience.

I wanted to mimic certain tricks that David Fincher did in the film."""

Samsung Pay can mimic the old-school, magnetic signals produced by card swipes.

Legged robots that mimic the robustness and versatility of animals could be a solution.

But writer Steve Higgins thought having Murphy mimic Cosby would help tie it all together.

Again, I changed it a bit to think about what known diseases mimic my own condition.

To induce photosynthesis, the cabinet-like structure also has LED lights that mimic the sun.

As for the camera, selfie fans will appreciate having the phone's display mimic a flash.

“There’s a lot about your mother that you resent, yet you mimic her a lot in your life, right?”

E-cigarettes are designed to mimic the real thing, with a glowing tip that emits a cloud of vapor.

The class' organizers had asked attendees to dress as they would outside, in order to mimic reality.

Ralph Waldo Emerson once remarked that every man is a borrower and a mimic.

The new robotic arm can mimic most of the functions of a real arm.

Find someone who hopes to become a millionaire some day. mimic

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