pasquinade

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Synonyms for pasquinade

a composition that imitates or misrepresents somebody's style, usually in a humorous way

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Now that Italian society has become increasingly secularised, and the power of the church has ostensibly decreased, contemporary pasquinades do not, in general, lampoon the Vatican.
Accounts to reconcile: Anecdotes to pick up: Inscriptions to make out: Stories to weave in: Traditions to sift: Personages to call upon: Panygericks to paste up at this door: Pasquinades at that:
One of Rynne's better pasquinades said it all: "Why the conciliar secrecy?
He will have views and prospects to himself perpetually solliciting his eye, which he can no more help standing still to look at than he can fly; he will moreover have various Accounts to reconcile: Anecdotes to pick up: Inscriptions to make out: Stories to weave in: Traditions to sift: Personages to call upon: Panygericks to paste up at this door: Pasquinades at that: -- All which both the man and his mule are quite exempt from.
The controversial 1570 pasquinades taught Ribera that the University of Valencia and the urban oligarchy, like the Carroz, Mijavila, and Monzon families, had to be respected.