burlesque - Writers' Dictionary

How to hyphenate burlesque

burlesque is hyphenated as bur-lesque

How to pronounce burlesque

burlesque is pronounced bər ´lɛs k

Number of syllables in burlesque

The number of syllables in burlesque is 2

What part of speech in burlesque?

burlesque can be a noun or an adjective or a verb participle

How common in the word burlesque?

burlesque is not ranked in the list of most common words in English

What sentiment does burlesque convey?

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Words with similar spelling to burlesque

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Synonyms of 'burlesque'

aggrandize, aggrandizement, amplification, amplify, anamorphosis, ape, atticism, ballyhoo, belie, big talk, botch, broad, Broadway, burletta, camouflage, Camp, caricature, carnival, circus, color, comedietta, comedy, comic, comical, comic relief, copy, daub, derisive, dilatation, dilation, disguise, distort, distortion, doggerel, drama, dummy, duplication, enlargement, esprit, exaggerate, exaggeration, excess, exorbitance, expansion, extravagance, extreme, facsimile, falsify, farce, farcical, garble, grandiloquence, harlequinade, hatchet job, high camp, humor, hyperbole, hyperbolism, hyperbolize, imitate, imitation, inflation, inordinacy, irony, lampoon, legit, low camp, low comedy, macaronic, magnification, magnify, mime, miscolor, misquote, misreport, misrepresent, misstate, misteach, mock, mock-heroic, mock-up, mockery, model, musical, musical comedy, off Broadway, opera buffa, overcharge, overdo, overdraw, overemphasis, overestimate, overkill, overpraise, overreach, overreact, oversell, overstate, paraphrase, parodic, parody, pasquil, pasquinade, pastiche, pervert, pleasantry, profuseness, puff, puffery, replica, representation, reproduction, SALT, sarcasm, satire, satiric, satirical, satirize, satyr play, scratch, scribble, sensationalism, sham, show biz, show business, situation comedy, slant, slapstick, spoof, squib, Stock, strawhat, stretch, striptease, superlative, takeoff, take off, Thalia, tout, tragicomedy, tragicomic, travesty, twist, understate, variety, vaudeville, version, warp, wit, wrench