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impersonate

verb act a part, act out, act the part of, ape, assume a character, copy, double for, dress as, enact, hominem imitari, imitate, masquerade as, mime, mimic, mirror, parrot, partes hominis agere, pass for, personate, personify, portray, pose as, pretend to be, represent, reppesent oneself to be, take the part of
Associated concepts: fraud, impersonation of a governmennal officer
See also: assume, copy, feign, imitate, mock, pretend, simulate

personate

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impersonate

to assume the identity of another person with intent to deceive.
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Ditto for Alonzo, who's already popular, but similarly didn't stand out in the impersonation tilt-which he really shouldn't have joined in the first place, since he isn't a singer.
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His facility with regional and ethnic accents and his celebrity impersonations further enliven this audio.
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Othello is the natural starting point for the discus sion of race, although the chapter has a wealth of other documentation from the time to support the author's contentions about impersonations and social dynamics.