So you had to get the ironic attitude toward the media before you could grasp the satiric manhandling of the politicians.
Ground Upby Michael Idov A satiric tale of love, idealism, and strong coffee.
I decided it was farce and not consistent with the satiric tone of the rest of the film.
Waldman overlays her comic situations and satiric conversations with ironic literary allusions and witty wordplay.
She was popular in society, notwithstanding her satiric turn.
This statement is not to be accepted as a satiric fable, but as a literal fact.
His satiric dwelling on the word “important” was exasperating.
One of his "Hundred Voices" has something of this satiric note.
Alston remembered the expression of satiric good-humour on Madame Beattie's face, and was not prepared wholly to condemn her.
Her own father had a rich fund of humour, but it was satiric.
c.1500, from French satirique, from Late Latin satiricus, from satira (see satire (n.)). Earlier (late 14c.) as a noun meaning "a writer of satires."