pantomimist

noun
pan·​to·​mim·​ist | \ ˈpan-tə-ˌmī-mist How to pronounce pantomimist (audio) , -ˌmi-\

Definition of pantomimist

1 : an actor or dancer in pantomimes
2 : a composer of pantomimes

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Synonyms for pantomimist

Synonyms

mime, mimic, mummer, pantomime

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The hat will be put to good use this weekend when Hager pays tribute to Red Skelton, the late pantomimist and radio and television comedian. San Diego Union-Tribune, "12 things to do in San Diego this weekend: Barona Powwow, Latinx New Play Festival, Sand Sculpting Challenge," 30 Aug. 2019 Image Reo King Sanshiro, a pantomimist, was standing outside a Chinese restaurant on a busy street in Kumamoto City. New York Times, "Traveling Across Japan," 21 Oct. 2017

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First Known Use of pantomimist

circa 1823, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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The first known use of pantomimist was circa 1823

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