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For a Green candidate caricatured as an ultraliberal, he is eloquent in defense of conservative values.

The explicit goal of academic Israel programs is to provide a deeper, less caricatured understanding of Israel.

After Honoré Daumier caricatured King Louis Philippe as Gargantua, he was sent to prison.

Pharisees and scribes are reduced stock villains with caricatured Jewish features.

The Nixon campaign caricatured the South Dakota senator as the candidate of “amnesty, abortion, and acid.”

In short, the usual gaudy splendour of the heraldic attire was caricatured and overdone.

But he was sorry that any one should start life with such a creed—all the more sorry because the creed caricatured his own.

He thinks that Protagoras, not Prodikus nor Antisthenes, is the person principally caricatured (pp. 32-34-38).

Further, Lismahago is a bolder and a much less caricatured utilising of the "national" resource than Morgan.

His Cabinet, though not the contemptible body caricatured by the malice of Pollard, was not equal to the occasion.


On this page you'll find 40 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to caricatured, such as: expanded, extended, inflated, intensified, magnified, and swollen.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.