Satirist vs Peacockian - What's the difference?

satirist | peacockian |


As a noun satirist

is a person who writes satire.

As an adjective peacockian is

of or pertaining to (1785-1866), english satirist and author, or his works, specifically a set of novels whose characters are placed in social contexts, especially the dining table, to discuss and criticise the philosophical opinions of the day.

satirist

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • A person who writes satire.
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    peacockian

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Of or pertaining to (1785-1866), English satirist and author, or his works, specifically a set of novels whose characters are placed in social contexts, especially the dining table, to discuss and criticise the philosophical opinions of the day.
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