Verb(1) pretend to be someone you are not; sometimes with fraudulent intentions(2) attribute human qualities to something
(1) It had been agreed that, in their escape, she was to personate the character of a Creole lady, and Emmeline that of her servant.(2) Personators only get extreme in other categories.(3) Now that he has put on Christ, he personates Him, so to speak, as a beggar in borrowed robes represents a king on the stage, walking as he also walked.(4) A pay phone situated in the garden has long since lost its dialling tone, so if there's a case of personation he may have difficulty contacting the gardaí.(5) Especially since it is so simple: One performer personates Noël; the other, Gertie.(6) The deep-background reason being offered for the rule change is to prevent personation .(7) Voters are advised to bring some form of identification as checks are expected to be increased five-fold to prevent personation .(8) Legitimate voters were refused a vote when they turned up at the polling station because someone else had personated them.(9) He had acted as personating agent for the party at successive elections and was always to the fore at Church gate collections and fund raising events.(10) The strictest electoral laws in Europe were introduced on the back of false allegations of mass personation .(11) Research will have to be carried out on it and we may have to have stricter criteria to wipe out personation at polling booths.(12) The clever rogues who had employed him and personated the members of the honourable firm were never traced.
1. impersonate ::
2. pose ::
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