So read a banner in Syria satirizing the absurd and exaggerated outrage against the Web trailer for Innocence of Muslims.
Do you think that being an outsider—a Brit—grants you a unique perspective in satirizing American politics?
The book is full of this oblique humor, satirizing earth, heaven, and hell.
This, addressed to the man whom he had been satirizing so unsparingly, was inconceivable!
They draw conclusions as to the amount of damage done to the earth, satirizing human theories as to Mars.
Young persons appear ridiculous when satirizing or ridiculing books, people or things.
“Safe and free,” he repeated thinly, as if satirizing the condition implied by those commonplace, assuaging words.
This is Buffon's way of satirizing our inability to bear in mind that we are compelled to judge all things by our own standards.
When I was writing the play, I had really no idea of satirizing divorce or a law or anything specially temperamental or local.
Lady Lytton wrote novels for the purpose of satirizing her husband and his friends,—his parasites, she called them.