Spoof



noun
1.
a mocking imitation of someone or something, usually light and good-humored; lampoon or parody:
The show was a spoof of college life.
2.
a hoax; prank.
verb (used with object)
3.
to mock (something or someone) lightly and good-humoredly; kid.
4.
to fool by a hoax; play a trick on, especially one intended to deceive.
verb (used without object)
5.
to scoff at something lightly and good-humoredly; kid:
The campus paper was always spoofing about the regulations.
noun
1.
a mildly satirical mockery or parody; lampoon: a spoof on party politics
2.
a good-humoured deception or trick; prank
verb
3.
to indulge in a spoof of (a person or thing)
4.
to communicate electronically under a false identity
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