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caricature in Visual topic

caricaturecaricature2 verb [transitive]  AVDESCRIBEto draw or describe someone or something in a way that makes them seem sillycaricature somebody/something as something Scientists are often caricatured as absent-minded professors.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
caricatureMany celebrity customers have been caricatured and hung on the restaurant's walls.As such its history can be caricatured as having had three stages.And we allowed ourselves to be caricatured by our opponents.Economic gurus tend to think of themselves as hard scientists, while caricaturing educators as limp, at best.It is less understandable when the union is caricatured in more seriously researched publications.And even if there is a deal, Mr Clinton will try to caricature Republican reforms as monsters from the deep.