These were choice morsels from the lampoon of the notary Danckaerts.
Pope and Johnson alike lent their pens to lampoon the minister.
A lampoon in such an edition and given away by a newsman who knew him!
You lie in your throat; there is no one dares make a lampoon about Arne of Guldvik.
When expletives occur they are generally in the spirit of derision and lampoon.
We obtain the exact salary more or less correctly from a lampoon.
His crime was a lampoon of two lines affixed to the college door.
As a lampoon, Don Quixote could hardly have endured to this day.
You mention my 'Satire,' lampoon, or whatever you or others please to call it.
The Thesmophoriazousae, staged in 411, is a lampoon on Euripides.