Echo and Parody


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Echo verb – To continue or be repeated in a series of reflected sound waves.
Parody and echo are semantically related. in repeat topic. In some cases you can use "Parody" instead a verb "Echo".
Nearby Words: echoing, echoed, echoic
Synonyms for Echo


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Parody verb – To copy or exaggerate (someone or something) in order to make fun of.
Echo and parody are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Echo" instead a verb "Parody".
Nearby Words: parodied, parodist, parodying
Synonyms for Parody

How words are described

old old echo old parody
musical musical echo musical parody
clear clear echo clear parody
direct direct echo direct parody
Other adjectives: original, obvious, great, little, dark, deliberate, disguised, intentional.

Common collocations

couple echo couple parody couple
art echo art parody art
concept echo concept parody concept
song echo song parody song
Other nouns: bible, events, critics, scenes.

Both words in one sentence

  • The protagonist is dying due to Opium overdose, but his mad hallucinations are quite entertaining, including the Ironic Echo of the centuries-old Dies Irae motif, that turns it into a tasteful self-parody.
  • Affectionate Parody: Star Wars, Sandra Boynton, Laugh-In, superhero comics, oh, so many Arc Words/Ironic Echo: "The rapid flick." Art Evolution: Sohmer picked up artists who were progressively more skilled, and said artists' also styles evolved over time.
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