imitator (part of speech: noun)
- Like the arch mocker of the time, although from a very different point of view, he sees this ephemeral life, with its transient pleasures and triumphs, ending in dust and oblivion. - "Roman Society from Nero to Marcus Aurelius", Samuel Dill.
- It says something for the sincerity of his efforts after equitable judgment, that he should have had the patience to discern some of the fundamental merit of the most remorseless and effective mocker that ever made superstition look mean, and its doctors ridiculous. - "Rousseau Volumes I. and II.", John Morley.
- He hadn't heard the whisper that Mr. Mocker had not come by his voice honestly, and he thought that Peter Rabbit was asking just to hear a story. - "The Adventures of Mr. Mocker", Thornton W. Burgess.