The drawback is, that without any sort of doubt they personate falsely.
We fixed upon Pierce to personate the ghost because he was tall and lanky.
Female Sharpers who dress elegantly, personate women of fashion, attend masquerades, and even go to St. James's.
It was his own idea to personate you, and the risk is his own.
It was not an ingratiating character, and Nancy and Barbara flatly refused to personate it.
It needed freedom, and the absence of any urgency, to enable him to personate a gentleman.
As an actress, her tall, stately, elegant figure was admirably calculated to personate the tragic heroines of opera.
Not always, however, did they personate the same characters.
He may personate me long enough to kill my father and rifle his hoards.
His plan, therefore, was to kill him, and then personate him.