Synonym: caustic remark, irony, sarcasm. Similar words: tire, retire, retired, entirely, retirement, sensation, insatiable, accusation. Meaning: ['sætaɪə(r)] n. witty language used to convey insults or scorn.
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2) Jack showed his dislike plainly in scorching satire.
3) Politicians are legitimate targets for satire.
4) Is there too much satire on TV?
5) The novel is a stinging satire on American politics.
6) The satire aimed at modern greed.
7) The reporter leveled a satire at the so-called"smart class".
8) His poems participate of the nature of satire.
9) The film is a brilliant satire on Hollywood.
10) Her novel is a satire on social snobbery.
11) He was hazed by Tom's satire.
12) This satire has bite.
13) Satire is a lonely and introspective occupation, for nobody can describe a fool to the life without much patient self-inspection.
14) Her play was a biting/cruel satire on life in the 80s.
15) The movie is a clever satire on the advertising industry.
16) Satire is a lonely and introspective occupation, for nobody can describe a fool to the life without much patient ...
17) Norman heaped satire on his adversaries.
18) One genre it mostly ignores is satire and humor.
19) The film is a stinging satire on American politics.
20) This satire originally appeared in the on-line magazine Salon.
21) Gelbart is a writer of comedy and social satire.
22) It's not satire exactly, since Hayworth has too kindly an eye for the human condition.
23) It was impossible to tell whether this was satire or sentiment, Langford says; but he drank the toast.
24) This hilariously funny collection of political satire is one of the best Private Eye annuals to date.
25) Le Philosophe sans le savoir is also a satire on the pride and depravity of the nobility.
26) The show was a heady cocktail of jazz, dance and political satire.
27) The commercial side of the Christmas season is an easy target for satire.
28) The party in power soon learns what it's like to be on the receiving end of political satire.
29) The title came from the nineteenth-century paper produced by the Chartists that had combined satire with working-class reportage.
30) My services were much in demand, not only for sentimental verses,(http://sentencedict.com/satire.html) but for expressions of anger and rather cruel satire.
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