Thesaurus / caricatured

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The poet was caricatured by Hogarth for his supposed servility to the duke.

The unmasking of the vociferous four-faced monster which caricatured Goldoni, is eminently fit for scenical effect.

Dr. Talmage is in good company, even if he is caricatured more than any other clergyman in America.

The Chautauquan, Vol. III, March 1883The Chautauquan Literary and Scientific Circle

He caricatured "Boney," borrowing not a little from Gilray in his first puerile efforts.

He was reviled for his ambition, reproached for his cruelty, and caricatured for his Romish sympathies.

The Pictorial PressMason Jackson

His successors did not merely inherit his errors; they exaggerated, they caricatured them.

ConingsbyBenjamin Disraeli

We might perhaps imagine that the Egyptian artists have caricatured their adversaries.

Patriarchal PalestineArchibald Henry Sayce

I was lampooned, caricatured, and paragraphed in the newspapers, in a thousand different ways.

Of course I caricatured my father in due time for Vanity Fair; and he was a delightful subject.

It would seem that sometimes holy personages were caricatured in the make-up of the stage-devil.

Demonology and Devil-loreMoncure Daniel Conway

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