Definition of spoofery in US English:

spoofery

noun

informal
  • See spoof

    • ‘It vandalises a gutsy satirical classic, in this case with a mixture of misjudged condescension, smirking spoofery and culpable failure of nerve.’
    • ‘The faux thriller spoofery goes silly-side-up and Steve's boisterous young assistant isn't given enough to do, but this is a small price to pay for the genius that is Brooks.’
    • ‘It has itself become a self-conscious genre inviting spoofery.’
    • ‘Mike Teavee's adventure, demise and sing-song is creative and fun, diving from an inspired 2001 spoofery, to a hilarious channel-hopping song and dance routine.’

Pronunciation

spoofery

/ˈspo͞ofərē/