Entry: mimetic (adj.)
Definition: Having a particular aptitude for mimicry or imitation; habitually practising imitation or mime.
for example, Walter Benjamin’s “On the Mimetic Faculty.” Or our very
own Hal Incandenza’s “The Implications of Post-Fourier Transformations
for a Holographically Mimetic Cinema.”
SNOOT score: 3 (fairly plausible in an academic seminar, maybe a bit SNOOTier at the pub)
Source: Oxford English Dictionary