The teacher who meets with most success is the teacher whose own ways are the most imitable.
It was held by all indeed to be wonderful, but not imitable.
Some are much more striking personally and imitable, so to speak.
It is not for us here to say how much of the admirable, or the imitable there may be in the method.
But is not usage against your use of ‘imitable’ at p. 100, meaning what ought not, not what cannot, be imitated?
The writing which appears to be most easy, will be generally found to be least imitable.
Become the imitable thing, and you may then discharge your minds of all responsibility for the imitation.
Malachy showed that it was imitable by the mere act of sitting and keeping silence.
The sister imitated her so closely that you could not help seeing she had a manner, and an imitable manner.
He says, not by sacrifice, or by a Mediator, but by a steady adherence to all that is great and good and imitable in nature.