The buy-out had drained the lampoon's resources, and an infusion of fresh cash was urgently needed.
His first day back at the lampoon, he showed a copy of it to Beard.
There were Harvard people there; too, and lampoon people and people no one had ever heard of.
Comedians who lampoon Leno will sometimes get a personal phone call from him, asking, "What's up?"
Kenney's work was gentle by lampoon standards, etched with nostalgia and scenes of mock domestic bliss.
These were choice morsels from the lampoon of the notary Danckaerts.
His crime was a lampoon of two lines affixed to the college door.
The story of royalty should not be a Court198 Circular; but neither should it be a lampoon, written by a trusted friend.
As a lampoon, Don Quixote could hardly have endured to this day.
He published a lampoon on Aaron Hill; he was taxed with it; and he lied and equivocated.
1650s, from lampoon (n.), or else from French lamponner, from the Middle French noun. Related: Lampooned; lampooning.