Satire

Satire, a species of poetry or prose writing in which the vice or folly of the times is held up to ridicule, a species in which Horace and Juvenal excelled among the Romans, and Dryden, Pope, and Swift among us.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Satellites * Satrap
Sarmatians
Sarpedon
Sarpi, Paul
Sarto, Andreo del
Sartor Resartus
Saskatchewan
Sassari
Satan
Satanic School
Satellites
Satire
Satrap
Saturn
Saturn
Saturnalia
Satyrs
Sauerkraut
Sauerteig
Saul
Saumarez, James, Baron de
Saumur

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Satire in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

Links here from Chalmers

Barnes, Joshua
Bellocq, Peter
Blackmore, Sir Richard
Boscawen, William
Brown, John
Carew, Thomas
Congreve, William
Dacier, Andrew
Dennis, John
Derrick, Samuel
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