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What is another word for mocking?

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Adjective
Derisive or contemptuous in nature
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“A mocking comment on the proverbial mindlessness of self-centered honeymooners shifts the focus of attention to hilarious incidents of the sort.”
Adjective
Teasing in a playful manner
“His mocking banter in this place that was the home of detestable death seemed as out of place as the tinkle of a pianola in Purgatory.”
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Having an especially high opinion of oneself, usually with contempt for others
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Subject to or pertaining to an illusion, often used in the sense of an unrealistic expectation or an unreachable goal or outcome
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Characterized by parody or satire
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Ridiculous, often to the point of being funny
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Noun
An act of mocking or taunting someone or something
“The audience is well-aware of Crasy's identity and laughs at his mocking of the pedant's style.”
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The state or property of being haughty
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Irreverence, mocking, sarcasm
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The act of disparaging or belittling
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An act of imitating a person's speech or mannerisms, especially for comic effect
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The playful and friendly exchange of teasing remarks
Verb
Present participle for to tease or laugh at in a scornful or contemptuous manner
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“Social media was swift to criticize and mock her choice of footwear for the occasion.”
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Present participle for to mimic (someone or something) scornfully or contemptuously
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“Kevin sat next to her and seemed to mock her mannerisms.”
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Present participle for to defy or rebel against
“He had no desire to mock the rules that govern the production of history.”
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Present participle for to knowingly say that something is smaller or less important than it actually is
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Present participle for to shout, typically to express scorn or disapproval
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Present participle for to speak with vulgar, irreverent or profane language
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Present participle for to give a half-suppressed, typically scornful laugh
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Present participle for to bring shame or discredit on
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