Examples of satirist in a Sentence
social satirists of the American Dream
the great British satirist, Jonathan Swift
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Howard and Scappaticci also examined Clemens' relationships and feelings about presidents Ulysses S. Grant, Rutherford B. Hayes, Grover Cleveland, and Theodore Roosevelt, who the satirist found boorish and bullying.
Rayburn, a satirist, had written a previous book about the putative (and non-existent) inventor of the brassiere, Otto Titzling, leading many to believe that Crapper had never existed.
That symbiotic relationship between a satirist and his subject could explain one of the more troubling effects of The Colbert Report.
The material is rich for a satirist of Rushdie’s wit.
Alexander Payne may be our leading cinematic satirist, and his latest effort is a pretty good movie, with dreams of being a masterpiece.
Pushing the limits of free expression — isn’t that what any good satirist should do?
In an interview with CNN, Borowitz said the administration posed a challenge to satirists in particular.
Why this?: Political satirists from George Carlin to Samantha Bee owe a huge debt to Bruce, and with ’60s-style resistance making a comeback, his importance is all the more deserving of recognition.
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