Mime vs Mimical - What's the difference?
As a proper noun mime
is (networking) an internet standard that extends the formatting and content capabilities of email.
As an adjective mimical is
(obsolete) pertaining to a mime, or jester.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
A form of acting without words; pantomime
A pantomime actor
A classical theatrical entertainment in the form of farce
A performer of such a farce
A person who mimics others in a comical manner
To act without words.
To represent an action or object through gesture, without the use of sound.
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(obsolete) Pertaining to a mime, or jester.
Imitative; that mimics something else.
- If he cantalk big fustian, insult, scorn, strut, contemn others, and use a little mimical and apish complement above the rest, he is a complete (Egregiam vero laudem ), a well-qualified gentleman […].
(obsolete) Imitation; mock.
- Man is, of all creatures, the most mimical .