Farce and Takeoff


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Farce noun – A poor, insincere, or insulting imitation of something.
Usage example: the recall of a duly elected official for a frivolous reason is not democracy in action but a farce

Takeoff and farce are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Takeoff" instead a noun "Farce".
Nearby Words: farcical, fart, farcically, farced
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Takeoff noun – A work that imitates and exaggerates another work for comic effect.
Usage example: a sitcom that's a takeoff of an old TV show from the 1960s

Farce and takeoff are semantically related. You can use "Farce" instead a noun "Takeoff".
Synonyms for Takeoff
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