One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘the fear that young people would be provoked into imitative crime by television’
mimicking, mimetic, mimic, parrot-like
2‘I found the film empty and imitative’
derivative, unoriginal, uninventive, non-innovative, unimaginative, uninspired, plagiarized, plagiaristic, copied, second-hand, rehashed, warmed-up
clichéd, hackneyed, stale, trite, tired, worn out, flat, banal, stock
informal cribbed, old hat, hacky
3‘words which are imitative, like ‘peewit’’
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