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adjective as in imitated

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What I will do, though, is to post it, along with a series of other non-inking parodies and videos, over the next couple of weeks in the Style Invitational Devotees Facebook group.

Shaggy stole the show with a parody of his 2000 smash “It Wasn’t Me” as Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis fought over Cheetos.

Jonathan’s win, along with his song parody at the end of the column, give him a total of 85 blots of Invite ink.

The pitch for “Godfall” sounds like a parody of what a “truly objective” game review might sound like.

The Frye siblings felt like a parody of modern-day AAA protagonists.

For instance, Sesame Street parodied grown-up shows 30 Rock, Mad Men, and Downton Abbey.

[Laughs] Were you ever confronted by any of the people you parodied on Entourage?

The move was even parodied on a recent episode of the HBO series Silicon Valley.

That was the insanity, precisely, that “Strangelove” parodied, and nobody wants that world to come back.

Until then, studios had never so blatantly parodied mainstream sitcoms.

Humanity is parodied by a female monster holding up the heart of a martyr to the new religion.

In "Editor Lynge" he parodied the vaunted power of the press.

He seems, I may remark, to have had a special affinity for Browning, whom he parodied in a way which really implied admiration.

Many of the melodies Hudson parodied very happily, and with considerable tact and taste.

A well-known historical scene is parodied as follows: Henry IV.


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On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to parodied, such as: aped, burlesqued, caricatured, counterfeited, duplicated, and mimicked.

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