satire[ sat-ahyuh r ]SEE DEFINITION OF satire
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The satire was not very brilliant or ingenious; but its meaning was clear.
He had wit and humour, with an inclination to satire, which he indulged rather too much.
By the time it reaches me, he will be in his grave; a satire on his own anger, God help him!'
Whether these learned bodies feared the satire of his presence.
What a satire on the whole kit of them that word living, so constantly in all their mouths, is!
Is there, then, a distinctly American type of humor and satire?
The object of his discourse was a panegyric of himself and a satire on all other conjurors.
His pages on these subjects are vigorous, well-reasoned, and pointed in their satire.
Burlesque and satire are never far away in their most serious moments.
The dialogue is also a satire on the philological fancies of the day.
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