Examples of satirist in a Sentence
social satirists of the American Dream
the great British satirist, Jonathan Swift
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The satirist Finley Peter Dunne once observed, through his character Mr. Dooley, that the Supreme Court follows the election returns.
Last spring, Erdogan pressured German chancellor Angela Merkel to prosecute a German satirist who criticized Erdogan in a poem.
Mikhail and Margarita, by Julie Lekstrom Himes (Europa). Blacklisted by the Soviet authorities, Mikhail Bulgakov, the great Russian satirist, spent much of the nineteen-thirties unpublished and living in penury.
A biography of Jonathan Swift alleged that the satirist and cleric nearly burned down the Castle of Dublin—and tried to conceal the incident with a bribe.
The Twain prize is given annually to a humorist whose impact on American society is reminiscent of Samuel Clemens, the 19th-Century novelist, satirist and social commentator better known as Mark Twain.
The Twain prize is given annually to a humorist whose impact on American society is reminiscent of Samuel Clemens, the 19th-century novelist, satirist and social commentator better known as Mark Twain.
A little over 100 days into the presidency of Donald J. Trump and political satirists are riding high on the fact that so many of their viewers are feeling very low.
ARTS & CULTURE Pippa Garner at Redling Fine Art: Vehicles for clever satire Artist Pippa Garner is a sublime satirist, wreaking havoc on folksy American ideals like ingenuity and open-mindedness.
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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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