Noun(1) a performance using gestures and body movements without words
Verb(1) act out without words but with gestures and bodily movements only
(1) He has described the last meeting of Castlebar Town Council as the most entertaining performance of a pantomime that has been rehearsing for the last four years.(2) he is currently appearing in pantomime in Manchester(3) he made a pantomime of checking his watch(4) They take up residence at the Pavilion Theatre for the annual pantomime of silly jokes and bad wigs in an all new, up-to-date production of Jack and the Beanstalk.(5) With a London debut in 1891, he quickly established a successful career in music-hall, variety, pantomime , revue, operetta, and musical comedy.(6) He attacks Royal Ascot for being an absurdity and a pantomime .(7) There are no words in the film - everything is performed in a solemn pantomime , with the dry humor left up to our own imaginations.(8) Meanwhile, fans of side-splitting comedy can also take in the Grand Opera House's Christmas pantomime , Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs.(9) Roll over Cinderella and tell Sleeping Beauty the news, York has a new and most unlikely pantomime in town.(10) The vast majority of this movie is told in near pantomime : gestures, facial expressions, and stage direction.(11) The youthful energy and innovation have gone, and his choice of sport is problematic because wrestling is already a theatrical pantomime .(12) With his silent pantomime and human special effect stature, the performance borders on the right side of genius.(13) On stage he has played character roles in Ray Cooney farces, pantomime , Noel Coward comedies and serious drama.(14) These kinds of inferential processes go on constantly in interaction, as we all know, on the basis of indexical signals that work like gestures in pantomime .(15) Calne Players will be bringing all the fun and laughter of a pantomime to the town next week with their performance of Cinderella.(16) She was in a pantomime at Christmas and was dancing and singing, said Mr Riordan.
(1) pantomime :: pantomeim
1. dumb show ::
2. mime ::
3. mime ::
Different Formspantomime, pantomimed, pantomimes, pantomiming
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