lampoon[ lam-poon ]SEE DEFINITION OF lampoon
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LAMPOON
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.