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
And one thing it’s been lampooning since the beginning is the idea of the superwoman who can ‘do it all.
In some meta-reversal of roles, the debating Biden became Jon Stewart lampooning the debate after it took place.In Vice Presidential Debate, Joe Biden Perfects Art of the Smirk|Lee Siegel|October 13, 2012|DAILY BEAST
P.S. I've assumed the entire time Posner is lampooning everyone who is enraged by his story.History's Vilest #SlatePitch Asks: Why Do We Bitterly Cling to Free Speech?|Justin Green|September 26, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Her religion too—indeed religion in general—is in for a lampooning.
She keeps an eye on the enemy with a popular on-air bit called “Rightwing World,” lampooning conservatives.
The orators and journals of the opposition were ridiculing and lampooning him without measure.The Papers And Writings Of Abraham Lincoln, Volume One|Abraham Lincoln
Tom was growing restless under this lampooning of his connection with The New Democracy.This Side of Paradise|F. Scott Fitzgerald
He was a satirist as well as a humorist, and was bold in lampooning the prominent men of his time, not even sparing the king.
Quevedo, imprisoned four years in the Leonese dungeon for lampooning him, would probably remember him in a less amiable light!Northern Spain|Edgar T. A. Wigram
It began by boldly asserting the necessity for reform, lampooning the Regent, and attacking the cant and excesses of Methodism.Haunted London|Walter Thornbury