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Definition of Lampoonery
1. [n -RIES]
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Literary usage of Lampoonery
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1. The Contemporary Review (1870)
"... scurrility, lampoonery, can be imputed to but few out of the many, whilst there is scarcely one that does not exemplify the fine clear wit, ..."
2. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1901)
"... That the absolutely dark five years 1587-92 that Shakespeare winced under this follows clear from the Greene-Chettle lampoonery ; Chettle ; that he had ..."
3. The Gentleman's Magazine (1872)
"But to return to Foote and his lampoonery. It must be confessed that the "Minor" was little calculated to redeem that drama from the protest of the ..."
4. The History of Massachusetts by John Stetson Barry (1855)
"... and that species of lampoonery better befitting a denizen of Billingsgate than a champion of the "'honor and dignity of the Episcopal Church. ..."
5. The Sense of Humor by Max Eastman (1921)
"But he also tells us that comedy arose among the makers of phallic verses, and we know that the word comic itself in its origin does not mean lampoonery, ..."
6. Corpus Poeticum Boreale: The Poetry of the Old Northern Tongue from the by Guðbrandur Vigfússon, Frederick York Powell (1883)
"... and other foul and evil poesy, ribaldry, wantonness, and lampoonery and satire, such as are loved and ..."
7. Corpus Poeticvm Boreale: The Poetry of the Old Northern Tongue, from the by Guðbrandur Vigfússon, Frederick York Powell (1883)
"... ribaldry, wantonness, and lampoonery and satire, such as are loved and used by the commonalty of this land to the displeasure of God and his angels, ..."