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satirist

[ sat-er-ist ]
/ ˈsæt ər ɪst /
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noun

a writer of satires.
one who indulges in satire.

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Origin of satirist

First recorded in 1580–90; satire + -ist

OTHER WORDS FROM satirist

self-sat·i·rist, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for satirist

satirist
/ (ˈsætərɪst) /

noun

a person who writes satire
a person given to the use of satire
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