Etymology
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satiric (adj.)

"of, pertaining to, or of the nature of satire; containing or marked by satire," c. 1500, from French satirique, from Late Latin satiricus, from satira (see satire (n.)). Earlier (late 14c.) as a noun meaning "a writer of satires," translating Latin satiricus.

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Definitions of satiric

satiric (adj.)
exposing human folly to ridicule;
Synonyms: satirical
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