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mockumentary

noun mock·u·men·ta·ry \ˌmä-kyə-ˈmen-tə-rē, -ˈmen-trē\
plural mock·u·men·ta·ries

Definition of MOCKUMENTARY

:  a facetious or satirical work (as a film) presented in the style of a documentary

Origin of MOCKUMENTARY

blend of mock and documentary
First Known Use: 1965

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