Imitation and Satire


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Imitation noun – Something that is made to look exactly like something else.
Satire and imitation are semantically related in pretence topic. In some cases you can use "Satire" instead a noun "Imitation", when it comes to topics like farce.
Nearby Words: imitate, imitated, imitative, imitator, imitating
Synonyms for Imitation


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Satire noun – A creative work that uses sharp humor to point up the foolishness of a person, institution, or human nature in general.
Imitation and satire are semantically related in pretence topic. Sometimes you can use "Imitation" instead a noun "Satire", if it concerns topics such as farce.
Nearby Words: satirical, satirize, satirise, satiric, satirist
Synonyms for Satire

How words are described

good good imitation good satire
clear clear imitation clear satire
best best imitation best satire
complete complete imitation complete satire
Other adjectives: deep, cruel, subtle, amusing, clever, famous, general, funny, over-the-top, spot-on.

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