burlesqued[ ber-lesk ]SEE DEFINITION OF burlesqued
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He burlesqued a business of recognizing her with much astonishment.
The wonder is that children should ever have been burlesqued, or held to be fit subjects for irony.
But I think it may be regarded as proof that Verne cannot be burlesqued.
He might have burlesqued Virgil too, from whom I took the image.
"Don't tell me you're a lady doctor, ma'am," he burlesqued his alarm.
I burlesqued it broadly, very broadly, stringing my fantastics out to the extent of eight hundred or a thousand words.
In that brilliant periodical of one number, the Bear, Trevelyan has burlesqued one of his own speeches amongst others.
The lady of his love was there, and she ought to have been dressed as the Sultana poor Miss Spence burlesqued.
Mr John Raikes, too, burlesqued Society so well, that he had the satisfaction of laughing at his enemy occasionally.
He burlesqued his own religion as the most earnest constantly do, for we all revolve around ourselves as well as our suns.