Antonyms for burlesquing

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In this way the performer went on burlesquing till we all roared with laughter.

Then there comes a little burst of the author's own feelings, while he is burlesquing.

Melinda walked mockingly side by side with her, burlesquing her walk and serious face.

Fletcher's burlesquing Shakspere is no argument against their having written together.

Some of our pious authors appear not to have been aware that they were burlesquing religion.

Again, too, he followed his original with some care, burlesquing rather in detail than on broad lines.

They aim at telling a story, or conveying an insinuation, rather than at burlesquing persons.

Burlesquing led to her dancing some Spanish steps with an abandon never attempted on the stage!

The blasphemy of burlesquing a far greater Scene of Sorrows occurred to drunken Carmagnole dancers.

The tall man flourished the cup, burlesquing, and flung the two other dice.