Examples of satirist in a Sentence
social satirists of the American Dream
the great British satirist, Jonathan Swift
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Great satirists can’t entirely be moralists, even now, being as the latter contradicts the former.
In Scottish satirist Armando Iannucci’s new film The Death of Stalin, which depicts the frantic struggle for succession after Stalin died suddenly in 1953, jokes are a matter of life and death, and vice versa.
None of this matters in the eyes of partisans and satirists.
Having given just about anyone in the crowd something to laugh at (or to wince at), Mobile's infamous satirists can open their notebooks and start jotting down the ideas that 2018 offers.
And for those times, there is Astrid Hadad, the Mexican performance artist and satirist who helped inaugurate the first day of the Pacific Standard Time Festival: Live Art LA/LA at the Mayan theater last week.
An unintentional satirist, Christie also repeatedly skewered her own class.
Comic and political satirist Barry Crimmins died Wednesday, his wife, Helen, announced Thursday via social media.
Thrust into controversy a year ago for lazy and hurtful lampoonery, Dave Levi's disciples re-bounded with the sort of craft that's long made them the season's singular satirists.
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SATIRIST Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of satirist for English Language Learners
: a person who uses satire in books, movies, etc.
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