Mímick. n.s. [mimicus, Latin.]
- A ludicrous imitator; a buffoon who copies another's act or manner so as to excite laughter.
Like poor Andrew I advance,
False mimick of my master's dance:
Around the cord a while I sprawl,
And thence, though slow, in earnest fall. Prior.
- A mean or servile imitator.
Of France the mimick, and of Spain the prey. Anon.