lampoon

Lampoon vs Defame - What's the difference?

lampoon | defame | Synonyms |

Lampoon is a synonym of defame.


As verbs the difference between lampoon and defame

is that lampoon is to satirize or poke fun at while defame is to harm or diminish the reputation of.

As a noun lampoon

is a written attack ridiculing a person, group, or institution.

Lampoon vs Lash - What's the difference?

lampoon | lash | Synonyms |

Lampoon is a synonym of lash.


As nouns the difference between lampoon and lash

is that lampoon is a written attack ridiculing a person, group, or institution while lash is the thong or braided cord of a whip, with which the blow is given.

As verbs the difference between lampoon and lash

is that lampoon is to satirize or poke fun at while lash is to strike with a lash; to whip or scourge with a lash, or with something like one or lash can be to bind with a rope, cord, thong, or chain, so as to fasten.

As an adjective lash is

(obsolete) remiss, lax.

Spoof vs Lampoon - What's the difference?

spoof | lampoon |


As nouns the difference between spoof and lampoon

is that spoof is a hoax or spoof can be (australian|new zealand|slang) semen while lampoon is a written attack ridiculing a person, group, or institution.

As verbs the difference between spoof and lampoon

is that spoof is to gently satirize or spoof can be (australian|new zealand|slang) to ejaculate, to come while lampoon is to satirize or poke fun at.

As an adjective spoof

is fake.

Lantern vs Lampoon - What's the difference?

lantern | lampoon |


As nouns the difference between lantern and lampoon

is that lantern is a case of translucent or transparent material made to protect a flame, or light, used to illuminate its surroundings while lampoon is a written attack ridiculing a person, group, or institution.

As verbs the difference between lantern and lampoon

is that lantern is to furnish with a lantern while lampoon is to satirize or poke fun at.

Lampoon vs Capricious - What's the difference?

lampoon | capricious |


As a noun lampoon

is a written attack ridiculing a person, group, or institution.

As a verb lampoon

is to satirize or poke fun at.

As an adjective capricious is

impulsive and unpredictable; determined by chance, impulse, or whim.

Lampoon vs Travesty - What's the difference?

lampoon | travesty |


As nouns the difference between lampoon and travesty

is that lampoon is a written attack ridiculing a person, group, or institution while travesty is an absurd or grotesque misrepresentation.

As verbs the difference between lampoon and travesty

is that lampoon is to satirize or poke fun at while travesty is to make a travesty of; to parody.

Lampoon vs Scorn - What's the difference?

lampoon | scorn |


As nouns the difference between lampoon and scorn

is that lampoon is a written attack ridiculing a person, group, or institution while scorn is (uncountable) contempt or disdain.

As verbs the difference between lampoon and scorn

is that lampoon is to satirize or poke fun at while scorn is to feel or display contempt or disdain for something or somebody; to despise.

Lampoon vs Exalt - What's the difference?

lampoon | exalt |


As verbs the difference between lampoon and exalt

is that lampoon is to satirize or poke fun at while exalt is to honor; to hold in high esteem.

As a noun lampoon

is a written attack ridiculing a person, group, or institution.

Lampoon vs Critique - What's the difference?

lampoon | critique |


As verbs the difference between lampoon and critique

is that lampoon is to satirize or poke fun at while critique is .

As a noun lampoon

is a written attack ridiculing a person, group, or institution.

Lampoon vs Sarcasm - What's the difference?

lampoon | sarcasm |


As nouns the difference between lampoon and sarcasm

is that lampoon is a written attack ridiculing a person, group, or institution while sarcasm is (uncountable) a sharp form of humor, intended to hurt, that is marked by mocking with irony, sometimes conveyed in speech with vocal over-emphasis insincerely saying something which is the opposite of one's intended meaning, often to emphasize how unbelievable or unlikely it sounds if taken literally, thereby illustrating the obvious nature of one's intended meaning.

As a verb lampoon

is to satirize or poke fun at.

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