1 And as for France, that weak imitation of Napoleon is far too busy establishing the French in Mexico to be bothered with us.
2 Seeing Gerald's puzzled hurt face, she patted his knee again and managed an imitation of the pert smile he used to love.
3 Then, you certainly gave a good imitation of it--up till tonight.
4 Scarlett, when you are forty-five, perhaps you will know what I'm talking about and then perhaps you, too, will be tired of imitation gentry and shoddy manners and cheap emotions.
5 His companions were yelping in imitation of coyotes.
6 But she put her arm about his waist, her sleek head by his chest; she tugged at him; she clicked her tongue in imitation of Kennicott's cheerful noises.
7 Today, in reeking early August, she wore a man's cap, a skinny fur like a dead cat, a necklace of imitation pearls, a scabrous satin blouse, and a thick cloth skirt hiked up in front.
8 Erik had been seen in flannels and an imitation panama hat, playing on the abandoned court with Willis Woodford, the clerk in Stowbody's bank.
9 In a word, whatever may be said, I do not find there a true imitation of nature.
10 Out of a similar sideboard, properly draped with white napery and imitation lace, the Bishop had constructed the altar which decorated his oratory.
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11 They could only place at his disposal a wretched village sacristy, with a few ancient chasubles of threadbare damask adorned with imitation lace.
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12 Blachevelle seemed to have been created expressly to carry Favourite's single-bordered, imitation India shawl of Ternaux's manufacture, on his arm on Sundays.
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13 had had for its special industry the imitation of English jet and the black glass trinkets of Germany.
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14 He had chosen this work, he said, because the declamatory style was framed in imitation of the Eastern authors.
15 'Angry,' I answered, with an involuntary imitation of his dark frown.
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