Definition of Personators
1. personator [n] - See also: personator
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Personators
Literary usage of Personators
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Autobiography of an Actress; Or, Eight Years on the Stage by Anna Cora Ogden Mowatt Ritchie (1854)
"The American and English personators of Prudence —Mental Discipline of Actors—Illustrative Sketches. -— Mrs. Parker. — Mrs. Knight. — Three Histories. ..."
2. A History of Crime in England: Illustrating the Changes of the Laws in the by Luke Owen Pike (1873)
"Effects of secret crimes personators of murdered Richard II., when he had abandoned his royal rank, disappeared. The uniform process by which the secret ..."
3. The Philosophy of Language; Or, Language as an Exact Science: Subjectively by David Henry Cruttenden (1870)
"The most successful personators of Shakspeare's characters are called the best actors ... The first error in the use of personators, is the attempt to use a ..."
4. The Sacred Books of China: The Texts of Confucianism by James Legge (1899)
"The personators of your ancestors feast and drink ;—Their happiness and ... The wild-ducks and widgeons are on the sand ; The personators of the dead enjoy ..."