use personate in a sentence.
The listeners were deprived of seeing and hearing Ben Rogers "personate"
One might at first reject this conjecture on the grounds that several trips to personate at polling stations would exceed annual effort expenditure by Swampees, but this neglects the new Banglamularky postal voting system in which 8 to 10 adult residents at each address are registered in exchange for a tin of superlager, with all that fuss over signing paper taken over by friendly neighbourhood Nulabour worthies.
You have been brought there to personate someone, and the real person is imprisoned in this chamber.
Amid these perplexities, it suddenly occurred to my adventurous heart and contriving brain — what if I should personate the bridegroom? —
First, you couldn't personate a living Christian monarch.