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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of caricature.

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Examples

  • Conservatives were seen as mindless defenders of privilege, unthinking status quo-ists-in short, caricatured versions of Monty Python's Upper Class Twits.

    The Times of India

  • In _Punch_, as in many other similar works, the mind to invent the idea caricatured, and the hand that pencils it, belong to two very different persons and capacities.

    The History of "Punch"

  • But Immigration Minister Brice Hortefeux defended the bill before the National Assembly, saying it had been "caricatured" and had fallen victim to "political tactics" instead of "disagreements on principle."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The magazine implies that this document somehow counters how he is "caricatured" as "Darth Vader."

    Grandpa Cheney - Swampland - TIME.com

  • This kind of caricatured anecdote has no place in a rational discussion of cancer epidemiology.

    The Guardian World News

  • "caricatured" all pro-lifers as "right-wing ideologues who want to take away a woman's right to choose"?

    redstatesusa

  • I remember an evening in the early 1940s when we were gathered around the radio listening to one of those wartime propaganda programs, and the announcer caricatured the Japanese in demeaning terms.

    The Good Fight

  • This made me realize that for people like Mark Zuckerberg, people who code round the clock and take ginormous risks to -- more or less -- homestead the wild west of the web, the idea of watching a caricatured augmentation of the greatest challenges an entrepreneur can face seems about as pleasant as scratching a blackboard would be ... if blackboards still existed.

    Susanna Speier: The Social Network Politiku

  • For people like Mark Zuckerberg, who code around the clock, the idea of watching a caricatured augmentation of the great challenges of entrepreneurship seems about as pleasant as scratching a blackboard.

    Susanna Speier: The Social Network Politiku

  • This made me realize that people like Mark Zuckerberg, who code round the clock and take ginormous risks to -- more or less -- homestead the wild web of the web, the idea of watching a caricatured augmentation of the greatest challenges an entrepreneur can face seems about as pleasant as scratching a blackboard would be ... if blackboards still existed.

    Susanna Speier: The Social Network Politiku

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