Definition of lampoonery in English:

lampoonery

noun

  • See lampoon

    • ‘But some apt political lampoonery, a dash of adroit physical comedy, a pinch of puppetry and a few saucy tunes give Insanity Fair some entertaining moments.’
    • ‘On the show he still refused to play the game, refused to step out of role, to relax into Ross's spree of commentary and lampoonery.’
    • ‘Unfortunately, there's no time for lampoonery as the teams and their mascots click-clack out of the tunnel and line up on either side of the match officials.’
    • ‘With Die Mommie Die, camp theater dragmeister-playwright Charles Busch brings his lampoonery to the screen for a shot at movie stardom.’