Plagiary, plagiarist, forger, photographer.

    (Phrase). O imitatores, servum pecus.

    (Verbs). To imitate, copy, plagiarise, forge, fake, reproduce, photograph, repeat 104, echo, re-echo, transcribe, match, parallel, emulate, do like, take off, hit off, reflect, model after 554, to be fashionable.

    (Phrase). To take or catch a likeness.

    To mock, mimic, ape, simulate, personate, impersonate 554, act, represent, adumbrate, counterfeit, parody, travesty, caricature, burlesque.

    (Phrases). To take after; follow or tread in the steps of, or in the footsteps of; take a leaf out of another's book; model after; strike in with; follow suit; to walk in the shoes of; to go with the stream; to be in the fashion.

    (Adjectives). Imitated, copied, matched, repeated, paralleled, mimic, parodied, etc., modelled after, moulded on, paraphrastic, imitative, mimetic, slavish, mechanical, secondhand, second-rate, imitable.

    (Adverbs). Literally, verbatim, literatim, sic, totidem verbis, so to speak, in so many words, word for word, mot à mot 562.

  • Non-imitation (Substantives), originality, novelty.
  • (Adjectives). Unimitated, uncopied, unmatched, unparalleled, inimitable, unique, original, novel.

    (Verb). To originate.

    Variation (Substantives), alteration, modification, see Difference 15, Change 140, Deviation 279, Divergence 291; moods and tenses.

    (Verbs). To vary, modify, change, alter, diversify, etc. 140.

    (Phrase). To steer clear of.

    (Adjectives). Varied, modified, diversified, etc.

    (Adverbs). Variously, in all manner of ways.

  • Result of imitation.
  • Copy (Substantives), facsimile, counterpart, effigies, effigy, form, likeness, similitude, semblance, reflex, portrait, photograph 556, enlargement, miniature, study, cast, ectype, autotype, electrotype, imitation, replica, representation, adumbration.

    Duplicate, transcript, repetition 104, réchauffé, reflection, shadow, record (phonograph).

    (Phrases). A second edition; a twice-told tale; a chip of the old block; like father, like son.

    Rough copy, fair copy, carbon copy, rough cast, abauche, draft or draught, proof, brouillon, protoplast, reprint.

    Counterfeit, parody, caricature, burlesque, travesty, paraphrase, forgery.

  • Thing copied.
  • Prototype (Substantives), original, model, pattern, standard, type, scale, scantling, archetype, protoplast, antitype, module, exemplar, example, ensample, paradigm, fugleman, lay figure.

    Text, copy, design, key-note.

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