If the President seems to be doing his best Clinton impersonation, he must be evil.
Yet impersonation is the only type of election crime that strict new voter-identification laws can actually prevent.
An audience can only handle an impersonation for maybe a minute or two.
As they spoke, I could almost swear Hank was slipping into a John Wayne impersonation.
There are probably a lot of people who could do a spot-on Jeff Buckley impersonation and could get the hair going.
I shook hands with as much dignity as I could assume, for the role of impersonation was a new one to me.
Antonio, as I have shown, is an impersonation of Shakespeare himself.
She was unsuspectingly accepted as Millicent Moore, and found her impersonation of that young lady not at all difficult.
This was probable to have been the second impersonation of Deity.
Why should we quarrel with human nature, with metaphor, with myth, with impersonation?
1800, "personification;" 1825 as "an acting of a part or character;" noun of action from impersonate (v.).
1620s, "to invest with a personality," from assimilated form of Latin in- "into, in" (see in- (2)) + persona "person." Sense of "to assume the person or character of" is first recorded 1715. Earlier in same sense was personate (1610s). Related: Impersonated; impersonating.