So does Meditations in Green, but its incoherence feels purposeful, mimetic.
The second and third of these laws are confirmed by what we know of mimetic resemblances among spiders.
But of his histrionic and mimetic powers I shall have something to say later on.
The mimetic quality of their work was a secondary consideration.
Of these were mimetic dances, representing mythological scenes.
mimetic: when a species mimics or resembles another or some other object in appearance; but not in structure and other characters.
I rather suspect it to be dramatic, but that's mimetic and of a low order, anyway.
But here, unfortunately, Mr. Bevil's mimetic powers deserted him.
The following are some of the mimetic dances which I have witnessed.
It therefore reaches its highest form in pantomime, or mimetic action.
1630s, "having an aptitude for mimicry," from Greek mimetikos "imitative, good at imitating," from mimetos, verbal adjective of mimeisthai "to imitate." Originally of persons, attested of animals or plants from 1851. Related: Mimetical (1610s); mimetically.
mimetic mi·met·ic (mĭ-mět'ĭk, mī-)
Of or exhibiting mimicry.
Of or relating to mimesis.