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People who are able to mimic others are said to make excellent language learnersTheir parrot can mimic their mother's voice perfectly.

People who are able to mimic others are said to make excellent language learners.

My brother likes to try to mimic a Mexican accent, but he's not very good at it.

Actor Robin Williams is an incredible mimic; he can sound like just about anyone.

The hunter mimicked the sound of a female moose to lure a male within shooting range.

Whenever Suzie gets mad at Vlado, he just mimics her angry face and voice, and makes her start laughing.

I heard it said once that children are natural mimics who act like their parents despite every effort to teach them good manners.

The new robotic arm can mimic most of the functions of a real arm.

My son can mimic my voice so well that even my own wife can't tell us apart on the phone.

Early symptoms of HIV infection may mimic flu symptoms.

Ralph Waldo Emerson once remarked that every man is a borrower and a mimic.

My classmate used to make us laugh by mimicking the teacher.

Some animal species mimic less vulnerable species by color resemblances.

Mimicry is relatively common in insects, and is primarily used for defense.

This insect mimics the appearance of a leaf of a certain plant.

The aliens were able to go unnoticed by mimicking human behavior.

Boys tend to mimic their fathers, while girls usually mimic their mothers, and they are sometimes marvelous observers.

Find someone who is good at mimicking voices.

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