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pantomimical

pantomimical

Of or like a pantomime. 1768: The old man, during this pantomimical conversation, in some degree recovered his spirits; — Samuel Wallis, An Account of Captain Wallis's Voyage in 1766, 7, and 8, in his Majesty's ship the Dolphin, section V

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