[ UK /sˈætɪɹˌaɪz/ ]
ridicule with satire
The writer satirized the politician's proposal
How To Use satirise In A Sentence
- This macabre neo-noir cleverly satirises both ratings-driven news and soulless self-improvement. Times, Sunday Times
- Fortunately, Rugg and Maruca are smart enough to keep their creation in sketch contents, assembling an amusing “best of” volume of adventures that satirize both blaxploitation and, to a lesser extent, the ups and downs of a super-hero franchise. Upcoming 1/27/2010
- We'll talk to the creators of the new outrageous political cartoon that satirizes many of the issues we cover on this broadcast.
- The use of exaggerated dialect in ‘Down Shamrock Alley’ as representation of the Irish brogue helps to satirize and parody the new ethnic community of the Irish.
- In one of the better TV comebacks in recent years, LeBlanc, who was nominated three times for Friends, audaciously satirized himself and the biz as a self-absorbed and well-endowed sleazebag. Emmys: TVGuide.com's Picks for Lead Actor in a Comedy
- The poem satirizes merrily enough, being windy and rhapsodic, prostrate and profligate, swoony and bitter, and attacks various people.
- We might satirize, circumvent or hoodwink the great prince, but we don't mess with him. The Secret to Berlusconi's Dolce Vita
- I know I tend to satirize, but I am being absolutely serious on this one. On the blueline: One game to go, vs. Canada, gold at stake
- The characters' grotesque infantilism and puerile sense of humour is an important part of what is being satirised.
- Crumb has never, to my knowledge, stated any intent to "satirize" or "scandalize" Christian theology in his rendering of Genesis, but merely to depict what he found there. "My problem was, how am I going to draw God?"