verb (used with object), sat·i·rized, sat·i·riz·ing.
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“I've long felt that Beck uses tactics like I satirized on the site,” Eiland-Hall told The Daily Beast in an email interview.
Look at Sterne; and Byron, who outraged his wife in fact, and satirized her in fiction.The Doctor's Wife|M. E. Braddon
Fielding saw heroism still in possession of the stage, and he satirized it in his amusing "Tom Thumb."The English Novel in the Time of Shakespeare|J. J. Jusserand
By this title he designated Doris, whose practical ambitions and perseverance he satirized with an indulgent smile.Making Money|Owen Johnson
Their superstitious adherence to these errors was satirized by Aristophanes, in his comedy of the Clouds.Letters on Astronomy|Denison Olmsted
Osborne is satirized in the 'Dunciad,' but, according to Johnson, was so dull that he could not feel the poet's gross satire.The Book-Hunter in London|William Roberts