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Oxford dictionary definition of the word pantomime:
1British a theatrical entertainment, mainly for children, which involves music, topical jokes, and slapstick comedy and is based on a fairy tale or nursery story, usually produced around Christmas:
a pantomime villain
he is currently appearing in pantomime in Manchester
2a dramatic entertainment, originating in Roman mime, in which performers express meaning through gestures accompanied by music.
3an absurdly exaggerated piece of behaviour:
he made a pantomime of checking his watch
an absurd or confused situation:
the drive to town was a pantomime
express or represent by exaggerated mime:
they pantomimed picking up dropped food
late 16th century (first used in the Latin form and denoting an actor using mime): from French pantomime or Latin pantomimus, from Greek pantomimos ‘imitator of all’ (see panto-, mime)