Definition of mimetically in English:



formal, technical
  • See mimetic

    • ‘At such times, the neutral, philosophical mode mimetically reproduces Ronsard's earlier pacifistic promotion of a unified France.’
    • ‘Nor do they use color mimetically, symbolically, metaphorically, or even emotively.’
    • ‘The staff stands for Aaron and his power without mimetically representing him, as the painting seems paradoxically to observe the Hebraic ethos of iconoclasm that the Jewish leader first violated.’
    • ‘But there is a price for this defensive sequestration of self-identity: the overall scheme of performance, if seemingly based on popular cultural practices, is mimetically defined by experts.’
    • ‘But the argument against poets and mimesis is made not only poetically but also mimetically.’