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Definitions of satire

  1.   A composition, generally poetical, holding up vice or folly to reprobation; a keen or severe exposure of what in public or private morals deserves rebuke; an invective poem; as, the Satires of Juvenal.
  2.   Satirist.
  3.   A kind of literature, usually poetry, in which vice and folly are held up to ridicule; a single work of literature of this sort; sarcasm.
  4.   Discourse or poem censuring vice or folly; witty or cutting censure.
  5.   Such witty keenness and severity of written composition on the vices and follies of the age as tend to bring them into contempt; keenness and severity of remark; irony; sarcasm.
  6.   witty language used to convey insults or scorn; " he used sarcasm to upset his opponent"; " irony is wasted on the stupid"
  7.   witty language used to convey insults or scorn; " he used sarcasm to upset his opponent"; " irony is wasted on the stupid"; " Satire is a sort of glass, wherein beholders do generally discover everybody's face but their own"-- Johathan Swift
  8.   A species of poetry, exposing and turning to ridicule vice or folly: severity of remark: ridicule.
  9.   Satiric, satirical.
  10.   A composition, generally in verse, in which the vices or follies of the time arc held up to reprobation or ridicule; severity of remark or denunciation; sarcasm; ridicule.
  11.   The employment of sarcasm, irony, or ridicule; any writing in which vice or folly is held up to ridicule.
  12.   Keeness and severity of remark; caustic exposure to reprobation; trenchant wit; sarcasm.

Quotes of satire

  1. You can't make up anything anymore. The world itself is a satire All you're doing is recording it. – Art Buchwald
  2. If you're going to get into social criticism with absurdity and satire you can't be politically correct when you do that. – John Cusack
  3. There is a place in this world for satire but there is a time when satire ends and intolerance and bigotry toward religious beliefs... begins. – Isaac Hayes
  4. Satire is traditionally the weapon of the powerless against the powerful. – Molly Ivins
  5. For years, reality has been nipping at the heels of satire Now, it's finally caught up. I don't need to make this stuff up. – Paul Krassner
  6. The British ballads became a new kind of form in their hand. And out of them came the blues, a new kind of song of commentary and satire a song form which, after all, has become the main musical form of the whole human species. – Alan Lomax
  7. Satire is a lesson, parody is a game. – Vladimir Nabokov
  8. The Irish and British, they love satire it's a large part of the culture. – Ben Nicholson
  9. Hollywood is horrible... it's beyond satire – Yahoo Serious
  10. Satire is a sort of glass, wherein beholders do generally discover everybody's face but their own. – Jonathan Swift
  11. Comedy has to be done en clair. You can't blunt the edge of wit or the point of satire with obscurity. Try to imagine a famous witty saying that is not immediately clear. – James Thurber
  12. I never wanted to do political satire because it seems too surface to me. – Tracey Ullman
  13. I think up until the point when we started in the business, which was in the early '70s, most of the humor was political. The smart humor was political satire – David Zucker
  14. But in terms of satire and comedy, our biggest and earliest influence was Mad magazine. – Jerry Zucker

Usage examples for satire

  1. And I took her up, and begged her pardon; although she scarcely deserved it; for she knew that I was out of luck, and she might have spared her satire – Lorna Doone, A Romance of Exmoor by R. D. Blackmore
  2. 3. " Let Satire then, her proper object know, And ere she strike, be sure she strike a foe." ” – The Grammar of English Grammars by Goold Brown
  3. “ " Abuse has taken the place of satire Mrs. Faulkner continued. ” – Godfrey Marten, Undergraduate by Charles Turley
  4. They thought it was only her satire and did not believe her in the least. ” – Not Like Other Girls by Rosa N. Carey
  5. How would it be possible for such a satire either to be printed or acted in Russia? ” – Essays on Russian Novelists by William Lyon Phelps
  6. “ " Yes; more than one of your poets made their way by a satire and Cesarini is persuaded he shall do the same. ” – Ernest Maltravers, Complete by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
  7. He was not picturesque like Dickens, and I was at that time curiously eager for some adequate philosophy of life, and his social satire seemed very small beer indeed. ” – Confessions of a Young Man by George Moore
  8. She looked at him very keenly as he said these last words, watching whether there was any covert satire in them. ” – The Thin Red Line; and Blue Blood by Arthur Griffiths
  9. He took up his writing materials, and made the satire immediately. ” – Antonina by Wilkie Collins
  10. He quitted Rome in disgust, which before long broke out in satire – Pioneers of Science by Oliver Lodge
  11. But the attachment of the Greek people to the Church was so strong and so universal that, although satire might be directed against the Bishops, a breach with the Church formed no part of the design of any patriot. ” – History of Modern Europe 1792-1878 by C. A. Fyffe
  12. His satire McSwiggen," printed in 1775, contains nearly half of the poems,- the only lines indeed which are of any real merit. ” – The Poems of Philip Freneau, Volume I (of III) by Philip Freneau
  13. But lighter satire with other " applied" poetry, has shown variety and excellence. ” – A History of Nineteenth Century Literature (1780-1895) by George Saintsbury
  14. He delighted in extravagance of a satire which usually said more than it meant, but always rested upon a foundation of good sense. ” – Crotchet-Castle by Peacock, Thomas Love
  15. But this critical satire gave nobody pain. ” – Crotchet-Castle by Peacock, Thomas Love
  16. “ Follies and fashions have been criticised with satire but never with spleen. ” – Oscar Wilde by Leonard Cresswell Ingleby
  17. “ For severe satire and irony he had few equals and no superiors. ” – The Facts of Reconstruction by John R. Lynch
  18. “ No, Mr. Emlyn; who can quit your house with an inclination for satire – Kenelm Chillingly, Complete by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
  19. “ I love to speak Truth, Sir; if that happens to be Satire I can't help it. ” – The Toy Shop (1735) The King and the Miller of Mansfield (1737) by Robert Dodsley
  20. The objection inheres in all forms of applied satire my understanding of whose laws and liberties is at least derived from reverent study of the masters. ” – Black Beetles in Amber by Ambrose Bierce