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Synonyms for mock

Synonyms for mock

to make fun or make fun of

to copy (the manner or expression of another), especially in an exaggerated or mocking way

a false, derisive, or impudent imitation of something

made to imitate something else

Synonyms for mock

the act of mocking or ridiculing

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imitate with mockery and derision

constituting a copy or imitation of something

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I have thought over what you say," she remarked to him, moving her forefinger over the tablecloth, her other hand, which bore the ring that mocked them both, supporting her forehead.
For years that quiet company had mocked his restlessness, his desire for change and freedom.
For a moment Sabor hung half across the branch, while Tarzan mocked, and hurled twigs and branches at her unprotected face.
And that young man mocked at them all, and wanted us to repeat the feats then and there, and to bet us ten to one that we didn't.
But her imagination betrayed her at this point, or mocked her with a sense of their strangeness, darkness, and distance.
You don't know what it is to fall into the pit, to be despised, mocked, abandoned, sneered at--to be an outcast
I had shared the conscience of Macbeth, the passion of Othello, the doubt of Hamlet; many times, in my natural affinity for villains, I had mocked and suffered with Richard III.
I could anticipate her every thought and gesture, I could have flashed and rippled and mocked for her, and melted for her and been dear disdain for her.
We don't like that idea a little bit, although we don't want Gilbert ourselves, oh, no," mocked Phil.
The atmosphere of the place had suddenly become horrible,--the faint odor of burning leaves, the pictures, almost like caricatures, which mocked her from the walls, the grinning idols, the strangely shaped weapons in their cases of black oak.
And in our fancied security we mocked and mocked him.
A goat-herd seeing him stop, mocked him, saying "The little one is the best runner of the two.
There's one significant factor that explains why the defendant was being mocked - his stutter.
The court heard Billington might have been angry at being mocked for his stutter before inflicting the damage, of nearly pounds 10,000.
From the hammy actor whose dramatic - if inexplicable - midsentence pauses became widely mocked, he has evolved into an award-winning performer whose flights into camp suggest a guy who's laughing along with us and enjoying a great ride, besides.