parodist

[ par-uh-dist ]
/ ˈpær ə dɪst /

noun

a writer of parodies, especially of a literary subject, work, or style.

Origin of parodist

From the French word parodiste, dating back to 1735–45. See parody, -ist
Related formsself-par·o·dist, noun
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parodist


n.

1742, from French parodiste (18c.), from parodie (see parody (n.)).

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