Origin of mimetic
Examples from the Web for mimetic
So does Meditations in Green, but its incoherence feels purposeful, mimetic.American Dreams, 1983: Meditations in Green by Stephen Wright|Nathaniel Rich|September 30, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Fryer also noted that the mimetic forms of P. polytes were taken as well as the non-mimetic.Mimicry in Butterflies|Reginald Crundall Punnett
Let us see which of these advantages has directed the development of mimetic tendencies among spiders.
Of these were mimetic dances, representing mythological scenes.The Historical Child|Oscar Chrisman
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.