Another word for caricature
caricature burlesque parody travesty satire lampoonSearch Thesaurus
These nouns denote artistic forms in which someone or something is imitated in an amusing and generally critical manner. A caricature grossly exaggerates a distinctive or striking feature with intent to ridicule: drew a caricature of the politician. Burlesque, which usually denotes a dramatic work, suggests outlandish mimicry and broad comedy to provoke laughter: a burlesque playing at the theater. Parody, travesty, and satire generally apply to written works. Parody employs the manner and style of a well-known work or writer for a ludicrous effect: wrote a parody of the famous novel. A travesty is a harshly distorted imitation: a travesty of morality. Satire usually involves ridiculing follies and vices: employs satire in her poetry. A lampoon is a malicious but broadly humorous satire: a lampoon authored by a standup comic.
Another word for caricaturenoun
A false, derisive, or impudent imitation of something:burlesque, farce, mock, mockery, parody, sham, travesty. See respect, same
To copy (the manner or expression of another), especially in an exaggerated or mocking way:ape, burlesque, imitate, mimic, mock, parody, travesty. Idiom: do a takeoff on. See same