verb (used with object), sat·i·rized, sat·i·riz·ing.
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Newspaper cartoonists in particular have been instrumental in satirizing Kenyan politics.In Kenya, a puppet TV show keeps building on the country’s legacy of political satire|Carlos Mureithi|November 29, 2020|Quartz
Let the lackeys continue to shun Sideways-satirized Merlot.
It was the TV talking heads, sitting behind their absurd, authoritative desks, who were being primarily satirized.
“I've long felt that Beck uses tactics like I satirized on the site,” Eiland-Hall told The Daily Beast in an email interview.
The obvious abuses of the time are satirized in this way ad nauseam.German Culture Past and Present|Ernest Belfort Bax
The story is told in a fluent manner, is very witty, and puts in strong relief the various characters which are satirized.
I had already satirized our sporting armament and exploits, and hoped the subject was disposed of.The Riddle of the Sands|Erskine Childers
A little later, John Bull's short memory is satirized in his protest against the size of his new watch-dog.
Modern clerical methods of acquiring popularity were satirized in 1905.