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Noun(1) the act of mocking or ridiculing
Verb(1) treat with contempt(2) imitate with mockery and derision
Adjective(1) constituting a copy or imitation of something
(1) As groups of youths prepared for a carnivalesque mock battle that was to have been the popular centre-piece for one of these festivals, the celebrations turned into a riot.(2) They screamed in mock horror when they went past the roaring Abominable snowman and leaned into every turn.(3) In this mock battle, the men try their best not to get captured.(4) Last month re-enactors staged a mock battle at the site, as a testing ground before the full festival on September 23 and 24 next year.(5) The mock smoking group showed higher accuracy after smoking a real cigarette than after mock smoking, however their response times remained unaffected.(6) We may laugh, scowl or mock initially, but eventually we usually recognize them as what they are and move on.(7) It was the first time I started laughing and not to mock something.(8) She looked at me in mock horror, and threw her pillow at me.(9) This video is funny, like the guys on donkeys, but becomes chilling as the children engage in their mock battle.(10) The boys looked at Will in mock horror and disgust, moving away from Will ever so slightly in supposed contempt.(11) Arturo raised his hands to his mouth in mock horror.(12) And the Club offer mock interviews to pupils who are preparing to start jobs or university.(13) I confess, that while we did not mock , we did laugh out loud at the protesters.(14) Jay widened his eyes in mock horror, holding his hands up in front of his chest.(15) But would you make fun of her, laugh and mock at her?(16) As the cop turns to leave, the punk's screams change from mock protest to real anger.
1. imitation ::
2. artificial ::
3. man-made ::
4. simulated ::
5. synthetic ::
6. ersatz ::
7. fake ::
8. reproduction ::
9. dummy ::
10. sham ::
12. faux ::
13. spurious ::
14. bogus ::
15. counterfeit ::
16. inauthentic ::
17. pseudo ::
18. pretend ::
19. phony ::
20. ridicule ::
21. jeer at ::
22. sneer at ::
23. deride ::
24. scorn ::
25. make fun of ::
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26. laugh at ::
27. scoff at ::
28. tease ::
29. taunt ::
30. josh ::
31. rag on ::
1. follow ::
2. mind ::
3. obey ::
Different Formsmock, mocked, mocker, mocking, mocks
Word Example from TV Shows
The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.
- You protected me better than most...
- Don't you MOCK me.
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 5
Fine. Mock parliamentary procedure.
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 7
you could not MOCK
my religion while she's here?
The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 20
It's not enough that you made me watch
that movie, but now you MOCK me with it?
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 9
You can MOCK our god without my help.
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 2
English to Welsh Dictionary: mock
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