send-up

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send + up

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send-up (plural send-ups)

  1. A satirical imitation of a work of art or a genre.
    • 1998, Wing Chun, "The Reluctant Hero," televisionwithoutpity.com, 24 Nov,
      The clever send-up of the horror genre shows a profound understanding of the traditional Hollywood machinations.

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