- n an actor who communicates entirely by gesture and facial expression
- n a performance using gestures and body movements without words
- v imitate (a person or manner), especially for satirical effect
- v act out without words but with gestures and bodily movements only
The acting students mimed eating an apple
- To pay off debts left at the death of the world's most famous mime, his legacy is being sold off in Paris.
- Baptiste the ethereal mime (Jean-Louis Barrault), Garance the worldly-wise courtesan (Arletty) and a dozen other scapegraces and victims are creatures with the fullness and .
- And while fighting for your right to lap dance and mime and breathe just the regular pollution and not the added fumes of cigarette smokers is a very fine, very American idea, it .
- Will Young in DotMusic.com
Young explains, "I'm quite bad with words. I can't mime because I forget the lyrics and I start making them up. I have a problem singing first lines of songs and that's purely nerves. I've had to stop a couple times because I forgot my lyrics. I had...
- Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris in New York Times
Sometimes when people don't have a line, they want to mime the line or communicate too much, but he was good at holding it all in,Ms. Faris said. "His silence was so much more intimidating, in a way, than other actors."
- Tim Pawlenty in Minnesota Public Radio
Even though we have a state 'folklorist,' I also have concern this will lead to calls for other similar positions,Pawlenty wrote in letter accompanying the veto. "We could also see requests for a state mime, interpretive dancer or potter."