Noun(1) a short theatrical episode
(1) They can stage a short skit about Mahatma Gandhi's Dandi March and India's struggle for Independence.(2) What was originally supposed to be a short skit for the end-of-run cast party soon turned into a show in its own right.(3) A short skit was presented with a message conveying that the disabled were in no way inferior to others.(4) they did a skit on management meetings(5) a skit on daytime magazine programs(6) a skit on daytime magazine programmes(7) In the short skit , the guys left everyone spellbound with their fluency in Hindi.(8) An interview with Meena and a comedy skit will also be telecast.(9) Along with brazenly ridiculing government and society, Ko began to incorporate short comedic skits into the band's sets.(10) The shows consisted of skits , sketches and musical items, and featured visiting celebrity guest stars.(11) What is more, they would be encouraged to write skits , short plays and scripts for documentaries during the trek.(12) She looked past the new release shelf to see Steve and Tim watching some comedy skits on TV.(13) Your skits and spoken-word pieces about music tend to have a sarcastic edge.(14) The watchword here was informality, with the pair linking skits and sketches in an amiable, easy-going manner.(15) From the moment he started writing, he began to write short skits and plays.(16) The entertainment fare was peppered with cinematic dance, oriental Thai performances and humorous skits .
1. comedy sketch ::
2. comedy act ::
3. parody ::
4. pastiche ::
5. burlesque ::
6. satire ::
7. spoof ::
8. takeoff ::
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