It demands too much of mere memory, imitativeness, and the insidious willingness to absorb other people's ideas.
But imitativeness has always been the curse of English potters.
But the best of the book is second-rate, vitiated by diffuseness, imitativeness, and the usual sentimentality.
As to production the reason for imitativeness is often to effect economy.
Each of us is in fact what he is almost exclusively by virtue of his imitativeness.
The Japanese excel in imitativeness, but are not as reliable as the Chinese.
The trouble appears to arise from the imitativeness of the race.
As an extreme case, look for a moment at their imitativeness.
This type; which we have thus reached by our imitativeness, we now have fixed upon us, for better or worse.
Again, it is safe, in the way of intellectual capacity, to give the Eskimo credit for ingenuity and imitativeness.