Etymology
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satirize (v.)

c. 1600, "to write satires," an intransitive sense, now obsolete, from French satiriser, from the noun in French (see satire (n.)). The transitive sense of "assail with satire, expose (someone or something) to censure or ridicule with satiric wit" is by 1630s. As Related: Satirized; satirizing.

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Definitions of satirize

satirize (v.)
ridicule with satire;
The writer satirized the politician's proposal
Synonyms: satirise / lampoon
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