from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A person who parodies
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who writes a parody; one who parodies.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The writer of a parody.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. mimics literary or musical style for comic effect
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Although the parodist might be the one rogue element that finds a reason to dislike him because he is - and he is - beyond parody …
However, any new member who is as Conservative as them is in serious danger of being called a parodist, and chucked out.
It might be useful to have a "parodist" template to slap on user's userpages if they are suspected of being parodists.
It's hard to tell here - I'm still trying to work out why I was blocked for a week as a 'parodist' in response to my edit to the Satan page.
Does being a famous self-parodist make it harder to be a good self-parodist?
Born in 1872, Mr. Beerbohm was one of the most individual writers of the Vicwardian era, an essayist of uncommon elegance and wit who was also a wickedly funny drama critic and the best parodist who ever lived.
The fact that parody can claim legitimacy for some appropriation does not, of course, tell either parodist or judge much about where to draw the line.
Following hot on the heels of Murdoch's Twitter arrival on 31 December, Wendi Deng began building up a following with tweets which range from ticking off a Murdoch parodist to having a tongue-in-cheek flirtation with Office comedian Ricky Gervais.
On Wednesday, the pop parodist posted a lengthy screed on his blog he called "The Gaga Saga," in which he claimed that the pop diva had blocked the song's use on his next collection.
Forgive the deeply cliched observation that a picture is worth a thousand words but, in that single staging choice, some wicked parodist at RAI told viewers everything they needed to know about this septic isle and its preposterous obsessions.
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