Definition of Satirizer

1. Noun. One who satirizes. ¹



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Definition of Satirizer

1. [n -S]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Satirizer

satires
satiric
satirical
satirically
satirick
satirique
satirise
satirised
satirises
satirising
satirist
satirists
satirizable
satirize
satirized
satirizer (current term)
satirizers
satirizes
satirizing
satis
satisfaction
satisfactions
satisfactive
satisfactorily
satisfactoriness
satisfactory
satisfiability
satisfiable
satisfice
satisficed

Literary usage of Satirizer

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Dictionary of the English Language: In which the Words are Deduced from ...by Samuel Johnson by Samuel Johnson (1805)
"-va [satirizer, Fr. froin satire.'] To censure as in a satire, Covetousness is described at a veil cast over the true meaning of the poet, which was to tf- ..."

2. James Russell Lowell: A Biography by Horace Elisha Scudder (1901)
"D. is a satirizer, T. a satirist. I don't think D. ever made anything equal to Becky Sharp. Rawdon Craw- ley, too, is admirable; so in truth are all the ..."

3. James Russell Lowell: A Biography by Horace Elisha Scudder (1901)
"D. is a satirizer, T. a satirist. I don't think D. ever made anything equal to Becky Sharp. Rawdon Craw- ley, too, is admirable; so in truth are all the ..."

4. The Journal of Philology by William George Clark, John Eyton Bickersteth Mayor, William Aldis Wright, Ingram Bywater, Henry Jackson (1868)
"... Euripides: but the unlikelihood will be diminished if it should prove that the object of his satire is the satirizer of Aeschylus. ..."

5. Some XVIII Century Men of Letters: Biographical Essays by Whitwell Elwin (1902)
"The author of Pamela was insatiate of praise, and could bear no brother near the throne; he had now met with a satirizer and a superior in the same person, ..."

6. Some XVIII Century Men of Letters: Biographical Essays by Whitwell Elwin (1902)
"Pamela was insatiate of praise, and could bear no brother near the throne; he had now met with a satirizer and a superior in the same person, and hated him ..."

7. A Dictionary of the English Language: In which the Words are Deduced from ...by Samuel Johnson by Samuel Johnson (1805)
"-va [satirizer, Fr. froin satire.'] To censure as in a satire, Covetousness is described at a veil cast over the true meaning of the poet, which was to tf- ..."

8. James Russell Lowell: A Biography by Horace Elisha Scudder (1901)
"D. is a satirizer, T. a satirist. I don't think D. ever made anything equal to Becky Sharp. Rawdon Craw- ley, too, is admirable; so in truth are all the ..."

9. James Russell Lowell: A Biography by Horace Elisha Scudder (1901)
"D. is a satirizer, T. a satirist. I don't think D. ever made anything equal to Becky Sharp. Rawdon Craw- ley, too, is admirable; so in truth are all the ..."

10. The Journal of Philology by William George Clark, John Eyton Bickersteth Mayor, William Aldis Wright, Ingram Bywater, Henry Jackson (1868)
"... Euripides: but the unlikelihood will be diminished if it should prove that the object of his satire is the satirizer of Aeschylus. ..."

11. Some XVIII Century Men of Letters: Biographical Essays by Whitwell Elwin (1902)
"The author of Pamela was insatiate of praise, and could bear no brother near the throne; he had now met with a satirizer and a superior in the same person, ..."

12. Some XVIII Century Men of Letters: Biographical Essays by Whitwell Elwin (1902)
"Pamela was insatiate of praise, and could bear no brother near the throne; he had now met with a satirizer and a superior in the same person, and hated him ..."

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