mimicry definition

  • noun:
    • The act, practice, or art of mimicking.
    • a case of mimicking.
    • Biology The similarity of 1 system to another or even to an item in its environment for concealment and protection from predators.
    • the act or capability to simulate the appearance of somebody or something like that else
    • The work or training of just one which mimics; ludicrous imitation for recreation or ridicule.
    • safety similarity; the resemblance which particular pets and plants show to other creatures and flowers or even the natural things among that they live, -- a characteristic which serves as their particular primary ways defense against opponents; replica; mimesis; mimetism.
    • The act of imitating in message, fashion, or appearance; mockery by replica; simulation.
    • An imitation; whatever imitates or simulates.
    • In zoology, the simulation of something different in form or shade, etc.; mimesis.
    • the similarity of an animal species to some other species or even all-natural objects; offers concealment and defense against predators
    • the work of mimicking; imitative behavior

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