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satyric (adj.)

"of or pertaining to a satyr or satyrs," c. 1600, from Latin satyricus, from Greek satyrikos "pertaining to a satyr or satyrs," especially as represented in Greek drama, from satyros (see satyr). Related: Satyrical (1580s).

updated on January 02, 2022

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Definitions of satyric from WordNet

satyric (adj.)
of or relating to or having the characteristics of a satyr;
this satyric old man pursues young girls
Synonyms: satyrical
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