To ridicule or attack by means of satire.(verb-transitive)
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Use "satirize" in a sentence
"(Skip to the 5: 00 mark of this clip and you can see the scandalously underrated Jules Munshin satirize the Food Network, still a half-century in the future.)"
"He had already published one novel in which he exemplified in some measure characteristics of the novelists whom he later sought to condemn and satirize, that is, this first novel,"
"Crumb has never, to my knowledge, stated any intent to "satirize" or "scandalize" Christian theology in his rendering of Genesis, but merely to depict what he found there."