burlesque[ ber-lesk ]SEE DEFINITION OF burlesque
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BURLESQUE
Burlesque of character and calling puts in an occasional appearance.
Burlesque, farce and extravagance of situation and dialogue.
It might be called a burlesque, but for the fact that it is unaccompanied by the luxury of legs.
Deem not this collocation simply a burlesque on Scientific categories.
Nailed several anti-saloon and burlesque planks in his platform.
Burlesque and satire are never far away in their most serious moments.
"Caution is the badge of all our tribe," said Balfour, with a burlesque gravity.
The officers took, as usual, a puerile revenge in the form of a burlesque.
He knew he could let himself go in burlesque and satire, and he did.
If you loved, this burlesque engagement should not stand in your way.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BURLESQUE
- curl one's lip
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