pasquinade

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A lampoon, originally as published in public; a satire or libel on someone
To satirize (someone) by using a pasquinade

Chantilly was a quondam cobbler of the Rue St. Denis, who, becoming stage-mad, had attempted the rôle of Xerxes, in Crébillon's tragedy so called, and been notoriously Pasquinaded for his pains.

{f} satirize, lampoon; ridicule with a pasquinade
To lampoon, to satirize
To satirize someone by using a pasquinade
A lampoon or satirical writing
A lampoon which usually ridicules a specific person
{i} satire; lampoon displayed in a public place; written satire that ridicules a specific person; mockery
pasquinade

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    pas·quin·ade

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    Etymologie

    [ "pas-kw&-'nAd ] (noun.) 1658. From French pasquinade, from Pasquin + -ade, modelled on Italian pasquinata.

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