Definition of imitable in English:

imitable

adjective

  • See imitate

    • ‘It sees him tackling the Bible in his own imitable style.’
    • ‘What I'll be working with tomorrow, then, is not a model provided by a film, or even by a filmmaker, but an abstract idea that I've not really had laid out before me in any concrete, imitable way.’
    • ‘It didn't make the poems any less admirable or, for me, even more imitable.’
    • ‘To keep out the cold, in imitable British style, three-quarter-length car coats are back in tweed, cashmere and wool, featuring velvet collars.’
    • ‘He replied in his imitable way that he didn't need anyone to teach him his politics.’

Pronunciation

imitable

/ˈɪmɪtəb(ə)l/