Origin of lampoon
synonym study for lampoon
OTHER WORDS FROM lampoonlam·poon·er, lam·poon·ist, nounlam·poon·er·y, nounun·lam·pooned, adjective
How to use lampoon in a sentence
During the last year of his life, King is old news, lampooned behind his back as “the Lawd!”Tavis Smiley Humanely Chronicles MLK’s Sad Last Year|Scott Porch|October 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Unabashed feminist author Catlin Moran lampooned women who did not identify as feminists in her book, How To Be a Woman.You Don’t Hate Feminism. You Just Don’t Understand It.|Emily Shire|July 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He's lampooned all of these politicians—quite smartly, too—on SNL.Seth Meyers Gets Off to a Rocky Start on 'Late Night'|Kevin Fallon|February 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Often lampooned for being a right-winger, he was not, in fact, ideological.
Sembler was lampooned as a wealthy airhead who basically won the ambassadorship at auction.
Juries acquitted republican papers; the press lampooned the King.The Life of Mazzini|Bolton King
Certain statesmen have been so lampooned by the "hired" libelers that they have been ruined.As A Chinaman Saw Us|Anonymous
He lampooned the prince regent, yet he could not alienate the Tories.My Recollections of Lord Byron|Teresa Guiccioli
I've been lampooned and ridiculed in the papers, and I'm going to give them my answer—that is, as I said, if I'm any good.The Wreck of the Titan|Morgan Robertson
Beethoven professed friendship to Haslinger to the end, though he lampooned him in private.The Life of Ludwig van Beethoven, Volume III (of 3)|Alexander Wheelock Thayer