Gerald. born 1936, British cartoonist, famous for his scathing caricatures of politicians and celebrities
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How to use Scarfe in a sentence
The Scarfe cartoon would comfortably fit in any compendium of such grotesqueries.
Jewish representative groups accurately stated that the cartoon depicted Netanyahu and that it was typical Scarfe.
Seriously, this Scarfe argument was neither sought, nor welcomed.
Last night it seems my aunt Wight did send my wife a new Scarfe, laced, as a token for her many givings to her.Diary of Samuel Pepys, Complete | Samuel Pepys
There was Scarfe, light and dodgy, ready for a run or a neat drop-kick from half-back.
“You ought to be ashamed of yourself, losing your temper like that,” said Scarfe bitterly.
It was our duty to tell you, sir,” said Scarfe; “and only fair to poor young Forrester.
The dog was rather in the way than otherwise,” said Scarfe; “dogs always are on the ice.