parodist

[par-uh-dist]
noun
a writer of parodies, especially of a literary subject, work, or style.

Origin:
1735–45; < French parodiste. See parody, -ist

self-parodist, noun
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parody (ˈpærədɪ)
 
n , pl -dies
1.  a musical, literary, or other composition that mimics the style of another composer, author, etc, in a humorous or satirical way
2.  mimicry of someone's individual manner in a humorous or satirical way
3.  something so badly done as to seem an intentional mockery; travesty
 
vb , -dies, -dies, -dying, -died
4.  (tr) to make a parody of
 
[C16: via Latin from Greek paroidiā satirical poem, from para-1 + ōidē song]
 
parodic
 
adj
 
pa'rodical
 
adj
 
'parodist
 
n

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Example sentences
If the subject parodied is in poetic form, then rhyme and rhythm become factors for the parodist to consider.
As a writer of light verse and as a parodist, his agile work has delighted a generation of admirers.
Fans are conscripting the parodist, which means more people will tune in.
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