imitable

adjective
im·i·ta·ble | \ˈi-mə-tə-bəl \

Definition of imitable 

: capable or worthy of being imitated or copied

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Examples of imitable in a Sentence

most readers of classic English literature could recognize Jane Austen's imitable style instantly

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Not to mention the blogger elite — Garance Doré, Hanneli Mustaparta, Emily Weiss – who (when not behind the camera) manage to turn heads with their own imitable style. Joyann King, Harper's BAZAAR, "Street Style Trend Report: Spring 2012," 11 Oct. 2011

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First Known Use of imitable

1550, in the meaning defined above

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