Satirical

  • (adj): Exposing human folly to ridicule.
    Example: "A persistent campaign of mockery by the satirical fortnightly magazine"
    Synonyms: satiric

Some articles on satirical:

Max Warp - Production and Casting
... Geoffrey Vantage is a satirical caricature of Jeremy Clarkson Timbo AKA 'the Ferret' is a satirical caricature of Richard Hammond O'Reilley is a satirical ...
British Humour - Themes - Satire
... a series of short satirical films on both BBC2 and Channel 4 (1982-) Private Eye, satirical magazine Not the Nine O'Clock News, satirical sketch show, notable for launching the careers of Rowan Atkinson, Griff ... heavy with irony criticizing various aspects of society Have I Got News for You, a satirical panel game originally on BBC2, now on BBC1 (1990-) The Young Ones, a cult sitcom starring Rik Mayall, Adrian ... Mock the Week, a satirical current affairs panel game on BBC2 ...
The New Paul And Virginia - Satire
... includes a shipwreck and a tropical island, though his satirical outlook is far from Saint-Pierre's earnest idealism ... Mallock targets the Positivist and Utilitarian thinking of his era for satirical attack ... Consistent with his other books, like his satirical novel The New Republic (also 1878), Mallock's stance is that of a conservative and a religious believer ...
Hans Reimann (writer) - Biography
... in the German army during World War I, he published the satirical journal Der Drache (The Dragon) in Leipzig from 1919 till 1921 from 1924 till 1929 the Stachelschwein (Porcupine) in ... He worked also for the satirical Simplicissimus and Die Weltb├╝hne and founded the cabarets "Retorte" (in Leipzig) und "Astoria" (in Frankfurt on the Main.) ... Then he began writing for the Munich satirical journal Simpl, moved 1951 to Schmalenbeck near Hamburg and published Literazzia ...

Famous quotes containing the word satirical:

    The satirical rogue says here that old men have grey beards,
    that their faces are wrinkled, their eyes purging thick amber
    and plum-tree gum, and that they have a plentiful lack of wit,
    together with most weak hams.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)