caricature[ kar-i-kuh-cher, -choor ]SEE DEFINITION OF caricature
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Caricature, by the way, is a branch of Georgian Art which M. Rouquet neglects.
This caricature of me had just appeared, and had been the delight of idle folks.
I may not dally on my way, turning to the right and the left for beauty and caricature.
It is something, Eve, though it end in wishes, or even in caricature.
If a politician were not a caricature by nature, I made him one.
Let's have the first of it, Let's know the worst of it: Is your face only a caricature?
When did the word 'caricature' first obtain in the Italian language, and how?
What I want to chat to you about at present is how to catch a caricature.
The great point about a caricature is that it must be caught unawares.
Is it a fact that Mr. Gladstone once signed a caricature of himself?