verb (used with object), sat·i·rized, sat·i·riz·ing.
- satisficing behaviour,
Origin of satirize
Examples from the Web for satirize
At least they satirize entitlement instead of unwittingly enacting (and celebrating) it.
The genre was always a simple one, easy to satirize and dismiss, though immensely profitable.
That purpose was to satirize the vice, hypocrisy and superstition of the clergy, and more particularly of the begging friars.Renaissance in Italy: Italian Literature|John Addington Symonds
It is not to be taken seriously, and may be employed either to satirize or to amuse.Elementary Guide to Literary Criticism|F. V. N. Painter
The truth is, the whole country is crying out for those who will record it, satirize it, chant it.Modern Essays|John Macy
The tiny groves of oak at long intervals seemed only to satirize the monotony.Ewing\'s Lady|Harry Leon Wilson
There are also many rude pictures from those centuries which aimed to satirize the more active foibles of the sex.Caricature and Other Comic Art|James Parton.
c.1600, from French satiriser (see satire (n.)). Related: Satirized; satirizing.