Definition of Imitable

1. a. Capable of being imitated or copied.



Definition of Imitable

1. Adjective. Capable of being imitated or copied. ¹

2. Adjective. Worthy of imitation. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Imitable

1. capable of being imitated [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Imitable

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imins
iminyl
iminylium
iminyliums
iminyls
imipenem
imipramine
imipramine N-oxide reductase
imipramine demethylase
imipramine hydrochloride
imipramines
imiprothrin
imiquimod
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imitable (current term)
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imitation leather
imitation vanilla
imitational

Literary usage of Imitable

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1. Ontology Or the Theory of Being: An Introduction to General Metaphysics by Peter Coffey (1914)
"... is anything Divine, that it is the Divine Essence as seen by the Divine Intellect to be imitable ad extra.1 Hence they cannot fairly be charged with the ..."

2. On Translating Homer: Last Words. A Lecture Given at Oxford by Matthew Arnold (1862)
"... where the poetical gift is either wanting or present in only inferior degree : the severe is much more imitable, and this a little spoils its charm. ..."

3. The Works of Orville Dewey, D.D.: With a Biographical Sketch by Orville Dewey (1883)
"CHRIST INTELLIGIBLE AND imitable. THERE are two or three passages of Scripture, which I have chosen to give direction to our thoughts this morning ; as i ..."

4. New Conversations on Chemistry: Adapted to the Present State of that Science by Thomas P. Jones, Marcet (Jane Haldimand) (1832)
"Some Crystals not imitable by art. Mrs B. In our conversations upon the elementary principles of bodies, and of the compounds which they form by their union ..."

5. Art and Scenery in Europe, with Other Papers by Horace Binney Wallace (1857)
"IN ALL THINGS ADMIRABLE, IN ALL THINGS TO BE IMITATED J IN SOME THINGS SCARCE imitable AND ONLY TO BE ..."

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