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    Use "impersonate" in a sentence

    impersonate example sentences

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    1. Did not believe him either when he told me he was and added a charge of impersonating a policeman


    2. However, they have been found to be impostors, impersonating loyal staff who were abducted months ago, and who were most likely killed


    3. However, they have been found to be impostors, impersonating loyal staff who were abducted months ago, and who were most likely killed


    4. With a chil , I realized he was impersonating Amos


    5. That religious figure was named: it was Jesus Christ! Another case described how agents of the World Council could visit and study the past while impersonating ancient deities in order to explain their psyonics powers


    6. � I could have you arrested for impersonating an officer


    7. Passing his info to Heath could thus possibly compromise his team of radio operators impersonating the Vietminh cell in Da Nang


    8. Melanie waited to hear what he would have to say about his crude comments at the check-in desk, impersonating his brother on the airplane, about lying to her while she had amnesia, fooling her into getting naked for him, and then nearly fooling her into sex on the sand an hour ago


    9. could be impersonating other identities and are within


    10. He was impersonating the televangelist Benny,















    1. Once this had been done one of the surveillance team, who was a trained medical officer was ordered to impersonate a doctor and make the visit


    2. I had never heard that Koi can impersonate Flying Fish so I stood up to investigate their idiosyncratic behaviour


    3. to concentrate on and impersonate a concept


    4. mind can impersonate body mind thoughts with the use of buffers and self lying


    5. Lewis holds his hand to his ear shaping his fingers to impersonate a phone, smiling and coughing he indicates Suzy to phone the fire brigade and pushes her towards the hall


    6. That person is only trying to impersonate as your friend


    7. to impersonate, hoping that he would be able to give the best


    8. Natasha was an easy character to impersonate because she was so unreal


    9. I intend to impersonate him


    10. “Emily! It's against orders to impersonate an Elder,” Chevalier said to




    1. He once impersonated a human jester for over two hundred years in order to catch an enemy, and when my sister and I were children he would assume that personality to make us laugh


    2. He once impersonated a human jester for over two hundred years in order to catch an enemy, and when my sister and I were children he would assume that personality to make us laugh


    3. impersonated by Denise, who represents the I Person, and the other is


    4. Jesus plainly told his apostles that the stray and rebellious midwayers who had oftentimes impersonated the supposed spirits of the dead would soon be brought under control so that they could no more do these strange things


    5. Someone had impersonated a police officer, but this was a ruse and the man escaped from the scene


    6. Inacio smiled and impersonated Sapa


    7. Ping, Nangong Ping, you are already the fourth person that has impersonated as


    8. He impersonated this friend of yours in order to come to your party


    9. He impersonated this friend of yours in order to come to your party


    10. Then I lay very still—as I have learnt to do thro’ Hours of Meditation—and I impersonated Death-like Sleep




    1. Clement impersonates an actor and auditions for the part of Clement himself and wins the role


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    Synonyms for "impersonate"

    impersonate personate pose portray act enact imitate present represent

    "impersonate" definitions

    assume or act the character of


    represent another person with comic intentions


    pretend to be someone you are not; sometimes with fraudulent intentions