satirize

[sat-uh-rahyz]
verb (used with object), satirized, satirizing.
to attack or ridicule with satire.
Also, especially British, satirise.


Origin:
1595–1605; satire + -ize

satirizable, adjective
satirization, noun
satirizer, noun
nonsatirizing, adjective
unsatirizable, adjective
unsatirized, adjective
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satirize or satirise (ˈsætəˌraɪz)
 
vb
to deride (a person or thing) by means of satire
 
satirise or satirise
 
vb
 
satiri'zation or satirise
 
n
 
satiri'sation or satirise
 
n
 
'satirizer or satirise
 
n
 
'satiriser or satirise
 
n

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satirize
c.1600, from Fr. satiriser (see satire).
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Example sentences
But our bodies do not fit us, but caricature and satirize us.
She was able to tease out and sometimes satirize the way social groups make
  judgments and validate or exclude certain people.
Aarons didn't mean to satirize those scrumptious creatures, their opulence or
  their strangely bewitching narcissism.
Puck continued to support equal suffrage and satirize its opponents in
  subsequent issues.
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