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[sˈata͡ɪ͡ə], [sˈata‍ɪ‍ə], [s_ˈa_t_aɪə]

Synonyms for Satire:

misrepresentation (noun)

burlesque, caricature, cartoon, counterfeit, distortion, exaggeration, fake, farce, lampoon, misrepresentation, parody, spoof, takeoff, travesty.

Other synonyms and related words:

Acrimoniousness, acerbity, acridity, acridness, acrimony, act, agile wit, agree, alba, amoebaeum, amoebean verse, anacreontic, animation, anime, asperity, asteism, badinage, balada, ballad, ballade, banter, barrage, bashing, biopic, bitter, bitterness, black humor, bucolic, burlesque, canso, carping, caustic, caustic remark, causticity, cavil, censoriousness, censure, cento, chaff, chaffing, chanson, check, cheer, chiller, chronique scandaleuse, clerihew, comedy, concrete poetry, condemnation, contempt, contumely, correspond, criticism, cubist poetry, cutting, cynicism, defy, deride, derision, dirge, disapproval, disdain, disrespect, dithyramb, dramatic poetry, dry, dry wit, eclogue, elegiac poetry, elegy, epic, epic poetry, epigram, epigrammatic, epithalamium, epode, epopee, epopoeia, epos, erotic poetry, esprit, exhort, facetiousness, fastidiousness, faultfinding, figure of speech, fit, flout, gag, georgic, ghazel, gibe, grin, haiku, harshness, hatchet job, heroic poetry, humor, humour, hypercriticism, iambic, iambus, idyl, idyll, imagist verse, imitation, impersonation, impression, ingenuity, innuendo, inspire, invective, ironic, ironical, irony, jeer, jeering, jest, jingle, lampoonery, laughter, libel, light verse, limerick, literary ridicule, lyric, madrigal, malevolence, malice, malicious parody, maliciousness, melic poetry, metaphysical poetry, mimicry, miscarriage, mock, mockery, monody, mordacity, mordancy, mordant, mud, narrative poem, narrative poetry, nimble wit, nursery rhyme, ode, oral poetry, palinode, pasquil, pasquin, pasquinade, pastiche, pastoral, pastoral elegy, pastorela, pastourelle, persiflage, pleasantry, poem, poison, poisonousness, polyphonic prose, pretty wit, prose poetry, prothalamium, put on, quib, quick wit, quip, raillery, ready wit, recrimination, repartee, respect, rhapsody, rhyme, ridicule, rondeau, rondel, roundel, roundelay, runic verse, salt, sarcasm, sarcasms, sarcastic, sardonic, satires, satiric, satiric wit, satirical, satirical poetry, satirise, satirize, savor of wit, scoff, scoffing, scorn, semblance, send-up, sestina, sharp humour, skit, slapstick, slapstick humor, sloka, sneer, song, sonnet, sonnet sequence, spite, spitefulness, spoofery, spoofing, squib, stichomythia, subtle wit, symbolist verse, take off, tanka, taunt, teetotal, tenso, tenzone, threnody, trenchancy, trenchant wit, triolet, troubadour poem, type of play, uproar, venom, venomousness, vers de societe, verse, verselet, versicle, villanelle, virelay, virulence, visual humor, vulgarization, wicked imitation, wit, witticism, wittiness, wry.

Quotes for Satire:

  1. Verse satire indeed is entirely our own. Quintilian.
  2. People say satire is dead. It's not dead; it's alive and living in the White House. Robin Williams.
  3. Tomorrow is a satire on today, And shows its weakness. Edward Young.