verb (used with object), pan·to·mimed, pan·to·mim·ing.
verb (used without object), pan·to·mimed, pan·to·mim·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM pantomimepan·to·mim·ic [pan-tuh-mim-ik], /ˌpæn təˈmɪm ɪk/, pan·to·mim·i·cal, adjectivepan·to·mim·i·cal·ly, adverbpan·to·mim·ic·ry, noun
Example sentences from the Web for pantomime
Earnestly we pantomimed stretcher beds—our own stretcher beds—and reposeful slumber thereon.
Sometimes he turned and pantomimed as ably and fiercely as a man being stung by a thousand hornets.Wounds in the rain|Stephen Crane
Here Mr. Dempsey pantomimed the action of tossing off a dram.The Knight Of Gwynne, Vol. II (of II)|Charles James Lever
Miss Levering turned and pantomimed to Ernestine, 'You see it's no use!'The Convert|Elizabeth Robins
The clown, drawing from the wide pantaloons a dollar, pantomimed to Bud.The Court of Boyville|William Allen White
British Dictionary definitions for pantomime
- a kind of play performed at Christmas time characterized by farce, music, lavish sets, stock roles, and topical jokesSometimes shortened to: panto
- (as modifier)a pantomime horse