And he had lampooned the Pope to boot—in itself the unpardonable sin.
He lampooned the Prince Regent; yet he could not alienate the Tories.
Certain statesmen have been so lampooned by the "hired" libelers that they have been ruined.
He lampooned the prince regent, yet he could not alienate the Tories.
You know that I have been lampooned in a thousand newspapers?
Not only were they mocked and lampooned, but they were also made tools of.
He would have lampooned his grandmother, if he was sure she would not, or could not, hurt him.
What can you say to our Emperor, except 'May it please his Majesty,' and that he is lampooned daily.
Hugh Kelly, who had so often lampooned the poet, was present.
Critics of previous writings could be satirized and lampooned, and thus the circle of subjects was widened.