You satirise every one except God, whom you spare because you don't know him.
I would laugh, and satirise, and say whatever came into my head first.
But if any one has a desire to satirise his neighbour he has full leave to do so.
He satirises human life, but he does not satirise it to degrade it.
At this period he who dared to be original, and to satirise his neighbours, had much trouble.
"To celebrate the exploits of our warriors and satirise the enemy," was the prompt reply, and the questioner proceeded no further.
He could eulogise, too, and satirise; and he and all his company were entitled both to fees and refection.
Some think it is intended to satirise a novel and affected fashion of sitting adopted by the rich.
The historian seems intentionally to satirise Esaus attempt at reasoning, and the foolish simplicity of the device he fell upon.
They satirise various literary personages and events of the day.