Synonym: burlesque, charade, farce, farce comedy, lampoon, mockery, parody, pasquinade, put-on, sendup, spoof, takeoff. Similar words: traveler, unravel, depraved, lifestyle, have sex, invest, harvest, investor. Meaning: ['trævɪstɪ] n. 1. a comedy characterized by broad satire and improbable situations 2. a composition that imitates somebody's style in a humorous way. v. make a travesty of.
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1. Their marriage was a complete travesty.
2. The trial was a travesty of justice .
3. His claim is a travesty of the facts.
4. O'Brien described his trial as a travesty of justice .
5. Langdale described the court ruling as a travesty of justice.
6. It's a travesty of justice.
7. The single-parent family is a travesty of human needs.
8. Even a travesty of justice must follow correct procedure.
9. It seemed almost a mockery, a travesty of what should have been.
10. After a travesty of a trial, Conde was given a five-year jail sentence for an alleged breach of national security.
11. It was a political act, a travesty from start to finish.
12. If we can learn from the travesty of the Hauptmann case, then it will give purpose to an otherwise senseless death.
13. Helicopters up above, Oh what a travesty.
14. That would be a travesty.
15. To make a travesty of; parody or ridicule .
16. The play was, in their view, a travesty of the truth.
17. Perhaps then the travesty to follow could have been offset.
17. Sentencedict.com try its best to collect and make good sentences.
18. Their production of 'Macbeth' was quite the worst I've ever seen - it was a travesty.
19. Her research suggests that Smith's reputation today is a travesty of what he really stood for.
20. There is no one else into picture to take the responsibility from me for this travesty of Justice.
21. Not allowing her to speak in her own defence was a travesty of justice.
22. Irrespective of the success of this integration, your claim was a travesty of the facts.
23. The Salem witch trials have proved to be a legal travesty.
24. Denied effective legal counsel prior to his indictment, Stewart's trial at Inveraray in September 1752 was a travesty of justice.
25. She was here tonight, in a scarlet dress with black lace, a witty travesty of a flamenco dress.
26. " What? " The Master of Sorcere brandished his sausage. " This travesty. This abomination. "
27. But let me warn you—it's really, really hard watching so much taxpayer cash wastefully go up in flames, especially when the travesty unfolds so slowly.
28. If he couldn't prepare his case properly, the trial would be a travesty.
29. If he were convinced executed for this alleged crime it would be a travesty on justice.
30. Pontius Pilate had Jesus' "crime"—King of the Jews—posted in three languages, in ironic tribute to the travesty of justice.
More similar words: traveler, unravel, depraved, lifestyle, have sex, invest, harvest, investor, eavesdropping, vestigial, investment, investigate, investigator, investigation, direct investment, nasty, style, gravity, craving, depravity, vessel, themselves, have, cave, wave, leave, waver, weave, slave, save for.