Etymology
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satirical (adj.)

1520s, from Late Latin satiricus, from Latin satira "satire, poetic medley" (see satire (n.)) + -al (1). Related: Satirically.

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Definitions of satirical

satirical (adj.)
exposing human folly to ridicule;
a persistent campaign of mockery by the satirical fortnightly magazine
Synonyms: satiric
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