mimical

mimical

(ˈmɪmɪkəl)
adj
relating to or characterized by mimicry
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The next step is a Dermorelax Mimical Massage cream application.
In his popular treatise on melancholy Robert Burton describes extremely mad patients with the following: "If they be far gone, mimical gestures are too familiar, laughing, grinning, fleering, murmuring, talking to themselves, with strange mouths and faces, inarticulate voices, [and] exclamations" (The Anatomy of Melancholy (1651), 6th ed.
An Essay on Acting: In Which Will Be Considered The Mimical Behaviour of a Certain Fashionable Faulty Actor, and the Laudableness of Sucb Unmannerly, as Well as Inhumane Proceedings.
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