He lived in London, and wrote comedies, satirising bourgeois society.
He was talking to a young English lady with whom he was seated under a spreading eucalyptus, and satirising colonial manners.
With Coleridge's playful love of satirising himself anonymously, the continuation might even be his own.
Second, he erred in disregarding and satirising puritanical conventionalisms.
Reuchlin had offended the monks by satirising them in a comedy which he permitted to be printed in 1506.
She published, in 1805, a volume of doggerel rhymes, and was in the habit of satirising in verse those who had offended her.
To put it roughly, he is not describing characters, he is satirising fads.
From satirising the social vices of the time, the transition was easy to political satire or invective.
But Shelley's genius was not of a nature to spend much of its force in satirising the distortions of the age.
This he said with a superior air of satirising himself, as though he would make game of his own notorious vanity.