impersonator : Definition, Usages, News and More

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im pur suh nay ter

  • n  someone who (fraudulently) assumes the appearance of another

  • Obama impersonator Gerardo Puisseaux Then again, even Barack Obama does a lousy impression of himself.
  • The unlikely Obama impersonator has become a star in his own right, despite not knowing who Obama was 10 months ago.
  • Abraham Lincoln's 200th birthday means brisk business for Lincoln impersonators like Fritz Klein.
News & Articles


  • Warwick Capper in Melbourne Herald Sun
    I've got a huge background over the last 22 years,Capper told the Nine Network. "If Ron can do it, and an Elvis impersonator, why can't I? A lot of people like me and respect me for what I did with the Swans, and a lot of kids like me."
  • Dorian Baxter in Edmonton Sun
    I think voters should be aware of this song, `It's Now or Never.' I want them to put me in now, and they'll never regret it,Baxter said during an interview this week. "In terms of electing an Elvis impersonator into the House of Commons, I...
  • Janet Davis in San Jose Mercury News
    We tend to think of subversive youth culture as being indicative of trangressiveness and all that is edgy,Davis said. "Yet 100 years ago, the circus was a place where gays and lesbians found work. The whole idea of the female impersonator...

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