imitable


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im·i·ta·ble

 (ĭm′ĭ-tə-bəl)
adj.
1. Capable of being imitated: the imitable sounds of a bird.
2. Worthy of imitation: imitable behavior.

im•i•ta•ble

(ˈɪm ɪ tə bəl)

adj.
capable or worthy of being imitated.
Translations

imitable

[ˈɪmɪtəbl] ADJimitable

imitable

adjnachahmbar, imitierbar

imitable

a. imitable.
References in classic literature ?
In dealing with the State we ought to remember that its institution are not aboriginal, though they existed before we were born; that they are not superior to the citizen; that every one of them was once the act of a single man; every law and usage was a man's expedient to meet a particular case; that they all are imitable, all alterable; we may make as good, we may make better.
A great historian, as he insisted on calling himself, who had the happiness to be dead a hundred and twenty years ago, and so to take his place among the colossi whose huge legs our living pettiness is observed to walk under, glories in his copious remarks and digressions as the least imitable part of his work, and especially in those initial chapters to the successive books of his history, where he seems to bring his armchair to the proscenium and chat with us in all the lusty ease of his fine English.
Large parts of the country remain in the throes of violence, more than four decades of virtually uninterrupted war having decimated an imitable culture.
Kalsi observes the influence of Ahmad's literary techniques on Hindi literature.12 For example in Gauridatt's novel, Devrani Jethani Ki Kahani, Kalsi traces out what he deems the most imitable pattern - that of two antithetical women placed in a "comparative situation" only to demonstrate how the more 'educated' of the two finally triumphs by prospering in life.13 Ultimately, Gauridatt's novel was not as successful as Ahmad's, though it did win a prize of Rs.
HE'S been shaking up the conducting world, and now British conductor James Hendry brings his imitable style to Llangollen 2019 in what will be his Welsh debut on Tuesday, July 7.
En effet, Arval recompense tout le CO 2 imitable par notre flotte interne via des programmes reconnus au niveau international.
He contends that it is precisely this oversight that leads to the paucity of 'great spirits.' And while we are certainly welcome to venerate the greatness of the selected figures- and perhaps it is because of this veneration we are willing to listen to their lessons- what is of greater importance is that they present embodied, imitable practices towards which we can orient ourselves in our search for moral guidelines.
Funke Akindele, the most imitable female series actress the country is proud of, she read Mass Communication in Moshood Abiola Polytechnic (MAPOLY), Ogun State, for her OND and later proceeded to University of Lagos (UNILAG) to pursue her law career, few to mention.
The family-style tasting menu produced by the dynamic duo, was traditional Italian fare, of course, with the chefs' imitable modern twists.
Let the imitable models of great pastors be emulated endlessly.
From a resource-based theory perspective, a servant leader is a resource that can provide a sustained competitive advantage because they are valuable, rare, imperfectly imitable, and do not have a direct substitute (Barney, 1991).