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Use "satires" in a sentence
"But however party might have cried up this writer as a poet and a satirist of the first order, Goldsmith had the sense and manliness to tell them what they called satires were but tawdry lampoons, whose turbulence aped the quality of force, whose frenzy that or fire."
"What makes this novel different from most other satires, is that isn't content with simply holding up its subject to ridicule."
"Pecuchet_ would be more truly named were they called satires and not representations."