Mockeries synonyms and antonyms
The definition of burlesque refers to a performance or farce that depends on exaggeration or to comedy that depends upon exaggeration for its humor.
A satirical imitation; a parody or send-up.
The definition of a lampoon is a speech or text that parodies someone or something or that uses humor to criticize.
The definition of a parody is an imitation of something, particularly literature or a film, that is meant to make fun of it.
The definition of a scoff is an expression of doubt or a mocking comment.
A scoffing or taunting remark or shout.
(Informal) Something amusing, absurd, or contemptible; a joke:
Something empty of meaning or sense.
An absurd idea or thing
Something of little value or importance; trivial thing, idea, etc.; paltry matter
An imitation that is meant to deceive; counterfeit
The words or other products of expression used in this way:
The practice or art, or an instance or way, of mimicking
A mischievous trick; a prank:
The definition of futility is having little or no purpose or importance or has little positive outcome.
Something absurd or ridiculous, as an obvious pretense
1590Edmund Spenser, Faerie Queene Book III, canto VIII:
A likeness or imitation that is so distorted or inferior as to seem ludicrous
A joke; witticism
A person or thing receiving or deserving ridicule or derision
(Informal) An amusing imitative caricature, parody, or burlesque.
The definition of a satire is the use of irony, sarcasm and humor to criticize or show the ignorance of people.
The definition of sarcasm is mocking humor, or the use of irony to make a joke.
Something derived or copied from an original, often in an inferior way:
A person or thing that disappoints
Solemnity is a serious feeling or tone for a ceremony or occasion.
Due regard for something considered important or authoritative:
Excessive or insincere praise.
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