Adjective(1) characterized by or of the nature of or using mimesis(2) exhibiting mimicry
(1) It's easier to write mimetic fiction, in which everything's set in this world just the way it is, than to change things with the conviction that'll keep people walking with you and believing.(2) In the standard Western division of genres, mimetic resemblance is the first criterion of portraiture.(3) Their mimetic intention, unlike that of most mimetic art, does not depend on images in the viewer's memory.(4) To convey it, Velazquez passed beyond mimetic rendering to composing with signs of identity when he pictured the Lady with a Fan.(5) Among the several biological mimetic systems, cyclodextrins represent one of the most simple ones.(6) But there is a price for this defensive sequestration of self-identity: the overall scheme of performance, if seemingly based on popular cultural practices, is mimetically defined by experts.(7) Nor do they use color mimetically , symbolically, metaphorically, or even emotively.(8) But the argument against poets and mimesis is made not only poetically but also mimetically .(9) The staff stands for Aaron and his power without mimetically representing him, as the painting seems paradoxically to observe the Hebraic ethos of iconoclasm that the Jewish leader first violated.(10) At such times, the neutral, philosophical mode mimetically reproduces Ronsard's earlier pacifistic promotion of a unified France.
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