Words and phrases that have a meaning related to spoof:   (131 results)

Often used in the same context:
parody, satire, skit, sendup, campy, joke, cheesy, comedy, lampoon, pranksters, gags, impersonator, pastiche, slapstick, chucklesome, schtick, shtick, funnyman, jape, cartoon, impersonations, spoofer, humerous, prank, queer duck, zany, porno, punchline, comedian, faux, hoax, fake, humor, farce, parodist, hokey, poke fun, corny, caricature, winkingly, hilarity, goofball, lowbrow, skin flick, ripoff, pythonesque, cameo, movie, lookalikes, merkin, hacky, buffoon, sitcom, ditty, phoney, jokesters, snarky, shtik, flim, kitschy, quips, lookalike, riff, silliness, mockable, stunt, bullshot, hijinks, sneery, advert, laugh track, robin williams, catchphrase, edtv, tragi, potboiler, whackiest, bizarro, caper, non sequitur, monologue, quippy, dopey, shlock, lamebrain, truthy, hackwork, high jinks, sketch, yuks, phony, imitation, bawdiest, puns, grand guignol, esque, clown, montage, racy, rupaul, madcap, risque, burlesque, parodies, skits, badinage, burlesques, extravaganza, pantomime, satires, extravaganzas, farces, hoaxes

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act, caricature, imitation, impersonation, mock, play, represent

burlesque, charade, lampoon, mockery, parody, pasquinade, sendup, takeoff, travesty

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— Adjectives for spoof: hilarious, delightful, musical, western, elaborate, clever, gentle, amusing, funny, humorous, brilliant, more...

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See spoof used in context: 13 poetry verses, 1 definition

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