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Verb
/ˈpantəˌmīm/,
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pantomimes, plural;
  1. Express or represent (something) by extravagant and exaggerated mime
    • - the clown candidates pantomimed different emotions
Noun
  1. A dramatic entertainment, originating in Roman mime, in which performers express meaning through gestures accompanied by music

  2. An absurdly exaggerated piece of behavior
    • - he made a pantomime of checking his watch
  3. A ridiculous or confused situation or event
    • - the drive to town was a pantomime
  4. A theatrical entertainment, mainly for children, that involves music, topical jokes, and slapstick comedy and is based on a fairy tale or nursery story, usually produced around Christmas


  1. mime: act out without words but with gestures and bodily movements only; "The acting students mimed eating an apple"
  2. Pantomime (informally, panto), not to be confused with a mime artist, referring to a theatrical performer of mime, is a musical-comedy theatrical production traditionally found in the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Jamaica, South Africa, Japan, India, Ireland, Gibraltar and Malta, and is ...
  3. is an EP released by The Pillows on May 21, 1990. It marked the band's debut and has since, like its follow-up 90's My Life, gone out of print.
  4. Pantomime (Walcott play) is a play by Derek Walcott. It was first published in 1978.
  5. A Classical comic actor, especially one who works mainly through gesture and mime. [from 17th c.]; The drama in ancient Greece and Rome featuring such performers; or (later) any of various kinds of performance modelled on such work. [from 17th c. ...
  6. To dream of seeing pantomimes, denotes that your friends will deceive you. If you participate in them, you will have cause of offense. Affairs will not prove satisfactory.
  7. A circus play, not necessarily mute, with a dramatic story-line (a regular feature in 18th and 19th century circus performances).
  8. A circus specific genre; it is used in various circuses in different times; there were a great number of pantomime ranging from heroic-battle ones and performances involving huge stage set to animal plays and short miniatures performed by mime clowns.
  9. Theatrical genre in which an actor silently plays all the parts in a show while accompanied by singing.
  10. Acting without words through facial expression, gesture, and movement.
  11. The raindrum fool is highly skilled in the performing arts and often has the ability to get her point across simply through body language. At 4th level the raindrum fool gains a +4 bonus to the Innuendo skill.
  12. a drama played in action and gestures to the accompaniment of music or of words sung by a chorus.
  13. The representational art of conveying actions, emotions, and thoughts by gesture without speech, as practiced by a "mime" or "pantomimist". ...
  14. n. 1. A type of play usually put on around Christmas. It is ostensibly for children, but there is much to be found that an adult would enjoy. The play is a farce with much slapstick humor and lots of audience participation. ...
  15. The use of pantomime in a class or small group setting would be very beneficial, in particular for English language learners, in acting out the key words and/or their inflections.
  16. An animation scene that has no dialogue, in which a character’s thought and emotion are express entirely through his poses, expression, and movement.
  17. The premier Drama club of NIT Rourkela.
  18. The act of communicating with only gestures and expressions
  19. 1. Traditionally a play in mime; 2. Nowadays it is a Christmas stage entertainment based on a fairy tale or other traditional source with dialogue, popular songs, costumes and actions (e.g. Snow White).
  20. dramatic communication performed entirely without words
  21. dumb shows that emphasize spectacle.
  22. A dumb show or silent dramatic performance.
  23. [This entry will be developed]
  24. actions without words or props
  25. (n) - acting without dialogue