imitable

Imitative vs Imitable - What's the difference?

imitative | imitable |


As adjectives the difference between imitative and imitable

is that imitative is imitating; copying; not original while imitable is capable of being imitated or copied.

Limitable vs Imitable - What's the difference?

limitable | imitable |


As adjectives the difference between limitable and imitable

is that limitable is able to be limited while imitable is capable of being imitated or copied.

Imitable vs Imitability - What's the difference?

imitable | imitability |


As an adjective imitable

is capable of being imitated or copied.

As a noun imitability is

the property or status of being imitable.

Imitation vs Imitable - What's the difference?

imitation | imitable | Related terms |

Imitation is a related term of imitable.


As a noun imitation

is the act of imitating.

As a adjective imitable is

capable of being imitated or copied.

Imitate vs Imitable - What's the difference?

imitate | imitable | Related terms |

Imitate is a related term of imitable.


As a verb imitate

is to follow as a model or a pattern; to make a copy, counterpart or semblance of.

As a adjective imitable is

capable of being imitated or copied.

Inimitable vs Imitable - What's the difference?

inimitable | imitable | Antonyms |

Inimitable is an antonym of imitable.


As adjectives the difference between inimitable and imitable

is that inimitable is beyond imitation, surpassing all others, matchless while imitable is capable of being imitated or copied.