Definition of Pantomimic. Meaning of Pantomimic. Synonyms of Pantomimic

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Definition of Pantomimic

Pantomimic
Pantomimic Pan`to*mim"ic, Pantomimical Pan`to*mim"ic*al, a. [Cf. F. pantomimique.] Of or pertaining to the pantomime; representing by dumb show. ``Pantomimic gesture.' --Bp. Warburton. -- Pan`to*mim"ic*al*ly, adv.

Meaning of Pantomimic from wikipedia

- the performance of pantomime originates at its earliest in ancient greece ; the name is taken from a single masked dancer called
- pantomime (informally, panto), not to be confused with the theatrical medium of (pantomimos), meaning pantomimic actor, consisting of
- pantomimic idyl. composer and arranger: p.l. keck. 1830 les pages du duc de vendôme (hertugen af vendômes pager). pantomimic ballet.
- the repertoire consisted of several pantomimic performances, an annual pantomimic festival took place there. in 2003, renowned slovak actor
- his most famous pantomimic creation was pierrot —a character that served as the godfather of all the pierrots of romantic , decadent ,
- after his father's death in 1846, charles kept alive his pantomimic legacy, first in paris, at the théâtre des funambules , and then,
- are mostly consisted of monologues and self-reflections (some of them are even entirely pantomimic), thus making him mauricios's alter-ego .
- pierrot (pjɛʁo) is a stock character of pantomime and commedia dell'arte whose twentieth century with their pantomimic sketches and
- the little man who woo'd the little maid was a pantomime written by w. s. gilbert . he had written pantomimic presentiments, one of his
- (1847) marked the beginning of the pantomimic revolution, as gautier understood immediately, noting that its premiere 'dated a new era in