satirize, v. burlesque, parody, caricature, cartoon, travesty, pasquinade; lampoon, squib, poke fun at, mimic, mock, ridicule, hold up to ridicule, make [s.o.] a laughing stock, make fun or sport of, Inf. go after, Inf hit at, Inf. take off on, Inf. do a takeoff of; make [s.o.] the butt of one's humor, prick [s.o.'s] balloon, tweak [s.o.'s] nose; pillory, put [s.o.] on the spit, SI. roast, SI.ride, Si
put down, Si
rank out, SI.run down,
satisfaction, n. 1. fulfillment, gratification, appeasing, assuaging, assuagement, placating.
2. content, contentment, pleasure, enjoyment, joy, delight, happiness, comfort.
3. acceptance, assurance, belief, trust.
4. reparation, compensation, indemnity, recompense, requital; payment, repayment, remuneration, reckoning; amends, atonement, expiation.
satisfactory, adj. sufficient, adequate, suitable, fit; up to par, up to scratch, Inf. up to snuff; competent, able, capable, commendable, worthy, good, acceptable, all right; fine, okay, O.K., U.S. SI.
satisfied, adj. 1. content, happy, pleased, smug, like the cat that swallowed the canary.
2. paid in full, requited, compensated, reimbursed.
3. convinced, persuaded, assured; positive, certain, sure.
satisfy, v. 1. please, gratify, gladden, delight; content, appease, assuage, pacify, placate; fulfill, fill, sate, satiate.
2. convince, assure, reassure, persuade, make [s.o.] see the light.
3. answer, solve, resolve, meet; match, equal, confirm.
4. make reparation, atone for, repay, requite; recompense, square up, compensate, reimburse, remunerate, pay, pay back.
5. suffice, do, be enough or adequate or sufficient, serve; Inf. hit the spot or bull's-eye, be on target.
saturate, v. 1. soak, drench, wet through, sop, souse, waterlog, suffuse; ret, steep.
2. impregnate, ingrain, infuse, instill; permeate, penetrate, pervade, imbue, shoot through, imbrue; fill, charge, surfeit, glut, sate, satiate,
saturated, adj. 1. soaked, drenched, sopping, soused, waterlogged, sodden, suffused.
2. permeated, pervaded, shot through, riddled; filled, imbued, imbrued, stuffed, crammed, packed; sated, satiated, glutted, cloyed, jaded.
3. (of colors) intense, pure, brilliant, prismatic, spectral.
saturnalia, n. revelry, merrymaking, revels, frolic; party, partying, wild party, Si
hot time, SI.bash, SI. lollapalooza, Inf clambake; carnival, festivity, festival, feast; bacchanalia, bacchanal, orgy, debauch, carousal, carouse.
saturnine, adj. gloomy, glum, dismal, blue, morose, sulky; depressed, discouraged, low-spirited; downhearted, Inf. down in the dumps, downcast, dejected, dispirited; sorrowful, sad, unhappy, melancholy, weepy, tearful; pessimistic, hopeless, despairing, despondent; dour, stern, severe, sullen; reserved, taciturn, quiet, silent, withdrawn, apathetic, moody, torpid.
satyr, n. letch, libertine, rake, rouŁ, goat, debauchee, debaucher, corrupter, dissipator; playboy, Inf fun-loving boy, Inf. rip, SI.swinger; adulterer, It. cicisbeo, gigolo, fornicator, seducer, Inf. wolf; big lover, Inf. lover-boy, Si
make-out artist, SI.swordsman, SI.stud, bed-hopper, philanderer, womanizer, woman chaser, lady-killer, Don Juan, Lothario, Cas-sanova; ravisher, rapist, raper; pincher, feeler, Si
dirty old man, SI.funny uncle, pervert, exhibitionist, Si flasher.