verb (used with object), im·per·son·at·ed, im·per·son·at·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM impersonateim·per·son·a·tion, noun
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Example sentences from the Web for impersonate
They also blogged about the inner workings of software vulnerabilities, sometimes impersonating legitimate cybersecurity experts in “guest” author posts.
At least seven of those arrests involved illegal firearms, and one was of a person who reportedly impersonated a police officer at a checkpoint near the Capitol.The fortress around downtown D.C. is being dismantled. But heightened security may remain.|Emily Davies, Michael Brice-Saddler, Peter Hermann|January 21, 2021|Washington Post
He regularly impersonates and pokes fun at the current president, Adama Barrow, who defeated Jammeh in 2016, and his political opponents.
The truth is that anyone in the world could impersonate me, and there is little I can do about it.
A lonely young woman gets drawn into an online forum and is asked to impersonate someone else.
But how often does someone impersonate a voter or cast multiple ballots?
Say one thing for former Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich, he certainly has the right hair to impersonate Elvis.
Con artists routinely hack into accounts to impersonate people and bilk money from strangers.
Thus did Dante impersonate the worship of Venus Urania,--spiritual tenderness overcoming sensual desire.Beacon Lights of History, Volume VII|John Lord
It is impossible that all the children should sympathetically impersonate the same character and realize the same experience.Literature in the Elementary School|Porter Lander MacClintock
Travis, look around this room and see if you can identify the man that hired you to impersonate Herbert Whitmore!The Substitute Prisoner|Max Marcin
She could impersonate Gypsy Nan; she could not, if she would, impersonate the woman who was dead!The White Moll|Frank L. Packard
At one moment she might be trying to impersonate Ajax defying the lightning; in the next she is apparently fleeing from a satyr.The Story of Seville|Walter M. Gallichan