Definition of self-parodic in English:

self-parodic

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adjective

Another term for self-parodying.
More example sentences
  • Morrison's poetic expressions sound amateurish, stunted, stilted and self-parodic in comparison with his song lyrics.
  • It sounded a bit self-parodic to me when it came out and has improved with age only slightly.
  • The claims run from self-parodic to funny to intentionally ridiculous (he's ‘drinking gasoline’).

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