imitated (part of speech: verb)
imitated, copied, mimed, pretended, portrayed, parroted, echoed, parodied, reflected, duplicated, counterfeited, impersonated, replicated, flattered, resembled, mocked, repeated, simulated, emulated, feigned, mirrored, paralleled
resembled (part of speech: verb)
approximated, looked like
ridiculed (part of speech: verb)
insulted, burlesqued, jested, ridiculed, ridden, razzed, deprecated, ragged, roasted, denigrated, caricatured, jeered, scoffed, humiliated, sneered, kidded, rode, taunted, derided, gibed, joked, quipped
imitative (part of speech: adjective)
conformed (part of speech: verb)
- He had cracked nuts; he had climbed trees; he had mimicked the squirrels; he had scattered burrs in the rabbits' paths, and he had done all sorts of things. - "The Later Cave-Men", Katharine Elizabeth Dopp.
- Poor Clara, who appeared to Higgins and his mother as a disagreeable and ridiculous person, and to her own mother as in some inexplicable way a social failure, had never seen herself in either light; for, though to some extent ridiculed and mimicked in West Kensington like everybody else there, she was accepted as a rational and normal- or shall we say inevitable? - "Pygmalion", George Bernard Shaw.
- They laughed at his accent and his bearing, they mimicked certain of his peculiarities. - "Fromont and Risler, Complete", Alphonse Daudet Last Updated: March 3, 2009.