derisorily


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Synonyms for derisorily

in a disrespectful and mocking manner

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Fictionalism, as Vaihinger's systematic theory is often derisorily labelled, is accorded little credence in modern philosophical circles.
MPs called last night for a major shake-up in Commons security - after two campaigning dads defeated guards derisorily dubbed "the Men in Tights".
The lower the poll, the more erratic the system becomes - and the turn-out in council elections is now derisorily low.
The parole board will be so impressed by his new-found love of God ("your guilt is taken away and your sin is atoned for" is currently his favourite Biblical quote) that he'll be out before half his derisorily short sentence is completed.