verb (used with object), per·son·at·ed, per·son·at·ing.
verb (used without object), per·son·at·ed, per·son·at·ing.
Origin of personate1
Examples from the Web for personation
Historical Examples of personation
No man surely 20 ever had so little talent for personation as Johnson.Macaulay's Life of Samuel Johnson
Thomas Babington Macaulay
As to the personation of votes, there should have been no allegation made.Ralph the Heir
In the Seville auto of September 24, 1559, there were three cases of personation.A History of the Inquisition of Spain; vol. 4
Henry Charles Lea
And it was believed that in this behalf, they were having recourse to personation.Perlycross
R. D. Blackmore
They are bribery, treating, undue influence, and personation.The Government of England (Vol. I)
A. Lawrence Lowell