caricatured[ kar-i-kuh-cher, -choor ]SEE DEFINITION OF caricatured
Synonyms for caricatured
- added to
- blown up
- filled out
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CARICATURED
"The Souls" were envied, mocked at, caricatured, by those who were not of them.
He was caricatured, spit at, reviled, depicted as the beast-man in Europe.
There was Sammie, a prototype of the caricatured Englishman in our comic papers.
The fancy grew big in his mind, distorted, caricatured, terrible.
He couldn't have been that if he hadn't known the things he caricatured.
What Englishman but knows that curl which Doyle has so often caricatured in Punch?
The years had caricatured her defects, and her business had stamped its mark upon her.
And yet he was caricatured in this audacious manner, and it did not occur to anyone to object!
The function of religion is then caricatured rather than realized.
He laughed at and caricatured them amongst his worthless associates.