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    The antonym of "impersonated"?

    Unimpersonated, not impersonated ?

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    Re: The antonym of "impersonated"?

    There is not a true antonym. Simply use the negative,

    At the talent show last night, Fred impersonated several politicians. I didn't impersonate anybody.

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    Re: The antonym of "impersonated"?

    If impersonating is pretending to be someone else, I suppose its antonym would mean pretending to be yourself (which some people feel they're doing sometimes).

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