Caricaturist (noun)

A person who creates caricatures, typically as a form of entertainment or satire.

Origin:

Late 18th century: from french caricaturiste, from italian caricaturista, from caricatura "caricature".

Examples:

  1. The caricaturist was known for his witty and exaggerated drawings of politicians.
  2. The caricaturist's work was popular in the newspapers and magazines of his time.
  3. The caricaturist used his drawings to critique the policies and actions of those in power.
  4. The caricaturist was a master of exaggeration and parody, using his drawings to make pointed social and political commentary.
  5. The caricaturist was famous for his work, and his drawings remain popular and relevant to this day.
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