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  • adj.mocking
  • adj.mocking

synonyms for most satirical

  • abusive
  • bantering
  • biting
  • bitter
  • burlesque
  • caustic
  • censorious
  • chaffing
  • cutting
  • cynical
  • farcical
  • incisive
  • ironical
  • lampooning
  • mordant
  • paradoxical
  • parodying
  • pungent
  • ridiculing
  • sarcastic
  • sardonic
  • spoofing
  • taunting
  • incisive
  • sarcastic
  • sardonic
  • satiric
  • caustic
  • biting
  • mordant
  • abusive
  • bitter
  • burlesque
  • censorious
  • cutting
  • cynical
  • farcical
  • pungent
  • ironical
  • bantering
  • chaffing
  • lampooning
  • paradoxical
  • parodying
  • ridiculing
  • spoofing
  • taunting
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The justice would seem to have been a gallant and sensual man, and the song may have been a little satirical.
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Then there were marvellous animals—some ferocious, others satirical, every one of them as true to nature as could be.
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He had been down into the bottom-most pit of hell, and the sights that he had seen there had withered him up.
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Perhaps we have no calling for this part, and are resisting no temptation in refusing to be satirical.
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If he does any injury to another, twenty-five asses; if he sing a satirical song let him be beaten.
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The doctor was never weary of launching his satirical shafts at the king.
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It was made up of short satirical sketches of the "Spectator" type.
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