Definition of 'imitative'
Example sentences containing 'imitative'
PASSION IN THE PEAK (2001)
The story that two skins made of some imitative alien substance were found at the motel did make the pages of the Enquirer.EVERVILLE (2001)
She presumed it was some kind of Wesley-based phenomena --- that these were copy-cat injuries; imitative woundings of a sympathetic nature.BEHINDLINGS (2001)
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