verb (used with object), mim·icked, mim·ick·ing.
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Example sentences from the Web for mimic
The controller now mimics what your character’s hands might be feeling.‘Demon’s Souls’ review: The ideal PlayStation 5 launch game|Gene Park|November 20, 2020|Washington Post
The stress tests were tailored specifically to each task, using data taken from the real world or data that mimicked the real world.
We have the capability to do that with messenger RNA, which translates DNA into proteins that mimic the proteins found on the coronavirus and help the body build immunity.If we don’t vaccinate the world quickly, all our COVID efforts will be a waste|jakemeth|November 12, 2020|Fortune
The blow produces an explosion of fast-moving plasma, a mixture of charged particles, that mimics the behavior of plasma erupting from supernovas.Giant lasers help re-create supernovas’ explosive, mysterious physics|Emily Conover|November 12, 2020|Science News
This emerging technology teaches computers to mimic tasks or activities that the human brain usually handles.
We are looking the same, acting the same, and mimicking masculinity the same.How Straight World Stole ‘Gay’: The Last Gasp of the ‘Lumbersexual’|Tim Teeman|November 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Others walked with their hands in the air, mimicking the gestures of someone showing they were unarmed.'What You Gonna Do, Kill Us All?' Protesters Ask Ferguson Police|Justin Glawe|August 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
On the contrary, many of them were quite capable of mimicking a somber-faced pose while they said deeply horrible things.
Be very passive as the air leaves your lungs and leaves your mouth, mimicking the sounds of ocean waves ebbing and flowing.
It is assuredly not by mimicking the Gellars and Spencers of the world, thereby effectively becoming an anti-Jihadist Jihadi.The Opponents of Militant Islamism Are Often As Bigoted as Their Targets|Jacob Mchangama|December 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The usual meaning of the word to the Greek, as to the modern, seems to be little more than an aping or mimicking.Rhetoric and Poetry in the Renaissance|Donald Lemen Clark
"I might be glad of a companion—but not of Paul," retorted Leo, mimicking.Leonore Stubbs|L. B. Walford
He had a remarkable talent for mimicking, very rarely exercised.Aubrey Beardsley|Robert Ross
He carried on amazing twenty-minute dialogues with himself, mimicking the voice of girl and woman, bully and dandy.Golden Lads|Arthur Gleason and Helen Hayes Gleason
"Oh, that's mostly what he gets called," said someone, mimicking Tom's own phrase.Tom Slade Motorcycle Dispatch Bearer|Percy Keese Fitzhugh