NounParody (plural parodies)
- To make a parody of something.
- The comedy movie parodied the entire Western genre.
Adjectives for Parody
mocking; excellent; clever; discerning.
Verbs for Parody
comment on—; decipher—; elucidate—; lend to—; snigger at—; translate—; —amuses; —caricatures; —distorts; —enrages; —exposes; —mimics; —mocks; —perverts; — ridicules; —roasts; —scoffs; —strains; — twits.
Atticism, agile wit, anamorphosis, ape, bad likeness, belie, black humor, botch, burlesque, camouflage, caricature, color, comedy, copy, copying, corruption, counterfeiting, daub, debasement, deride, disguise, distort, distortion, dry wit, dummy, duplication, emulation, esprit, exaggerate, facsimile, fakery, falsify, farce, fleer, following, forgery, garble, guy, hit off on, hit-off, humor, imitation, impersonation, imposture, impression, irony, kid, knockoff, lampoon, laugh at, make fun of, mimesis, mimic, mimicry, mirroring, miscolor, misquote, misreport, misrepresent, misstate, misteach, mock, mock-up, mockery, model, nimble wit, onomatopoeia, overdraw, overstate, paraphrase, pastiche, perversion, pervert, pillory, plagiarism, plagiary, pleasantry, poke fun at, poor imitation, pretty wit, quick wit, ready wit, repetition, replica, representation, reproduction, rib, ridicule, roast, salt, sarcasm, satire, satirize, savor of wit, scoff at, scratch, scribble, send up, simulation, slant, slapstick, slapstick humor, sneer at, spoof, squib, subtle wit, take off, take off on, take-off, takeoff, tease, travesty, twist, twit, understate, version, visual humor, warp, wicked imitation, wit, wrench