verb (used with object), sat·i·rized, sat·i·riz·ing.
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It satirizes and parodies the romanticised, pessimistic accounts of rural life by writers like Thomas Hardy and Mary Webb.These Female Contemporaries Weren’t Afraid of Virginia Woolf|Louisa Treger|November 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
At the most fundamental level, Abstract Expressionism evokes existential angst for instance, and Pop Art satirizes consumerism.
A fun read that satirizes the blue notes of the high arts as well as cashes in on the nostalgia of the Belle Époque.
Boogie Woogie satirizes the New York and London art scenes with an all-star cast and wicked humor.
Much quaintness of effect is produced by this double part played by the poet, who, as it were, satirizes his own doings.Chapters on Jewish Literature|Israel Abrahams
She satirizes human foibles and weaknesses, showing ghosts that gossip and gormandize, simper and swear as they did in life.The Supernatural in Modern English Fiction|Dorothy Scarborough
The American etholog never satirizes democracy, or the politician, or the newspaper.Folkways|William Graham Sumner
Martial satirizes people under manufactured or arbitrarily chosen names.The Student's Companion to Latin Authors|George Middleton
We recall, Petronius, describing some of these “stunts” is a contemporary of Nero (whom he satirizes as “Trimalchio”).