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caricatures, plural;
  1. Make or give a comically or grotesquely exaggerated representation of (someone or something)
    • - he was caricatured on the cover of TV Guide
    • - a play that caricatures the legal profession
  1. A picture, description, or imitation of a person or thing in which certain striking characteristics are exaggerated in order to create a comic or grotesque effect

  2. The art or style of such exaggerated representation
    • - there are elements of caricature in the portrayal of the hero
  3. A ludicrous or grotesque version of someone or something
    • - he looked like a caricature of his normal self

  1. a representation of a person that is exaggerated for comic effect
  2. represent in or produce a caricature of; "The drawing caricatured the President"
  3. A caricature can refer to a portrait that exaggerates or distorts the essence of a person or thing to create an easily identifiable visual likeness. In literature, a caricature is a description of a person using exaggeration of some characteristics and oversimplification of others.
  4. Caricature is a book collection of nine comic short stories by Daniel Clowes. In contrast to earlier Clowes collections such as Lout Rampage! and Orgy Bound, Caricature concentrates on the more naturalistic, character-focused side of Clowes's output displayed in Ghost World. ...
  5. (Caricatures (album)) Caricatures is an album by American trumpeter Donald Byrd recorded and released on the Blue Note label in 1976. accessed September 6, 2010 It was Byrd's final album for the label.
  6. A representation in which the subject's distinctive features are exaggerated.
  7. A humorous portrait that exaggerates physical features of the model to increase a visual likeness to the actual person while remaining distorted.
  8. A grotesque likeness of striking qualities in persons and things.
  9. A description or characterization that exaggerates or distorts a character’s prominent features, usually for purposes of mockery. A cartoon of Abraham Lincoln with a giant top hat, a very thick beard, and extremely sunken eyes could be considered a caricature.
  10. An exaggerated version of something, done in a funny way. Good caricatures usually pick one feature that really stands out, and then make it bigger. Be careful, though! You could do a good caricature of someone with big ears, or a big nose, but they might not like it. ...
  11. The exaggeration or distortion of one or more personality traits, a technique common in cartooning.
  12. Pictorial ridicule or satire, effected by distortion of personal physical characteristics or through exaggerated depiction of the foibles and vices of individuals.
  13. A character where one main aspect is exaggerated.
  14. A drawing, often comical, created on the principles of exaggerated characteristic features with the intention of stressing traits of personality .
  15. is a picture trying to imitate something or a person’s behavior by stressing certain features of the person to amuse people.
  16. a picture or description which ludicrously exaggerates the peculiarities of defects of persons or things^5
  17. character studies that usually exaggerate one or more features.
  18. Rupert enjoys drawing and painting, with his specialty being caricatures. He drew one of Alan Rickman while filming the first Harry Potter, which Alan kept.
  19. A picture or imitation of a person’s features or mannerisms exaggerated in a comic or absurd way.
  20. A ludicrous distortion of characteristics. An exagerrated imitation of a person's qualities to achieve effect for the sake of comedy or satire.
  21. A distorted representation to produce a ridiculous effect.
  22. a character whose personality is described in terms of a very small number of features, often grossly exaggerated.