Examples of satirize in a Sentence
The book satirizes contemporary life.
Recent Examples of satirize from the Web
Her tweet went viral and sparked a chain reaction of follow-up posts satirizing hers.
Senna satirizes characterizations of racial identity in this novel that explores the thorniness of desire.
North Korea targeted the entertainment company in retaliation for its release of a film that satirized the country’s leader, Kim Jong Un, officials said at the time.
On the fourth episode of Silicon Valley, the HBO comedy that satirizes the town its named for, the gang talks to some actresses hired to mingle with a company’s mostly-male employees at a toga party.
Klepper has challenged himself with satirizing alternative-news sources like Breitbart and InfoWars—without mimicking them so closely that The Opposition itself becomes tiresome to exhausted audiences.
Lawyers for Gawker Media have said these posts were intended to satirize Mr. Johnson’s reporting style and protected because the gossip is presented as questions, not as statements of fact.
Almost as soon as the battle was over, newspapers–which would play an outsize role in shaping public perceptions of the war–satirized the picnickers of Bull Run as frivolous.
But this time, their goal was to satirize Facebook’s cryptic regulations, which have made the company a target of vehement public criticism in a society historically suspicious of censorship in all forms.
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