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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

- busking corporeal mime dumbshow lip sync liquid and digits mummers play pantomime popping physical theatre turfing μῖμος, henry george liddell, robert
- theatrical form discussed here. the word 'pantomime' comes from the gr**** word παντόμιμος (pantomimos), meaning pantomimic actor, consisting of παντο- (panto-)
- buttons is the name of a character in the cinderella pantomime. buttons is the servant of cinderella's father, baron hardup, and is cinderella's friend
- leno's first theatre appearance (as distinguished from music hall) was in pantomime in liverpool in 1865, where he had a supporting part as a juvenile clown
- pantomime (パントマイム?) is an ep released by the pillows on may 21, 1990. it marked the band's debut and has since, like its follow-up 90's my life, gone
- a pantomime dame is a traditional character in british pantomime. it is a continuation of en travesti portrayal of female characters by male actors in
- known, aside from his music hall act, for his dame roles in the annual pantomimes that were po****r at london's theatre royal, drury lane, from 1888 to
- theatre the following year; his first major role was as little clown in the pantomime the triumph of mirth; or, harlequin's wedding in 1781, in which he starred