parodist[ par-uh-dist ]SEE DEFINITION OF parodist
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That is true, and indeed as a parodist Sir George Trevelyan belongs to the metrical miocene.
English serious opera has not often fallen a prey to the untender mercies of the parodist.
The parodist who wrote the following newspaper quatrain was no enemy of the automobile in spite of his cynicism.
As a writer of light verse and as a parodist, his agile work has delighted a generation of admirers.
A theme more delicate and intimate than that of our Friends in fiction awaits a more passionate writer than the present parodist.
Self-control and self-restraint are also needed; a parodist may go to the very edge, but he must not fall over.
He first made his mark as a parodist and a writer of humorous Latin verse.
A 'Parodist's Apology,' added in the later edition of the Lapsus.
1742, from French parodiste (18c.), from parodie (see parody (n.)).