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Synonyms for scoff

gobble (up)

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Synonyms for scoff

to make fun or make fun of

an instance of mockery or derision

Synonyms for scoff

showing your contempt by derision

laugh at with contempt and derision

treat with contemptuous disregard

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Simple Scoff consisted of recipes and cooking advice contributed by students and other members of the university community, aimed explicitly at students.
Scoff and Quaff now operates six pubs in Warwickshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire.
Scoff 's first focus is a pop-up project each Saturday at the Cask and Bottle in Leamington Spa where traders will take turns each week to take over the kitchen delivering pub grub with a twist.
Ken Krasnow, Senior Managing Director, Cushman & Wakerfield Scoff Pudalov, Exec.
He chides those who scoff at her small sacrifices (such as folding the mantles that the other sisters had forgotten) as "spiritual snobs
Led by such scholars as Keith Wrightson and James Scoff, they have gone beyond the mere description of class structure and attempted to analyze the relationships between dominant and subordinate groups--the role of hierarchies and the use of power.
BAT officials scoff at the notion that tobacco is anywhere near as serious as the many other challenges facing Africa.
While some may scoff at their optimistic approach to empowering wayward teens, DeJesus and Dolphin are letting the numbers speak for themselves.
As Fred will probably recall, I was among the first to scoff at both of those models and never participated in either, but we traditional print publishers should not infer too much from their demise.
Look out across the pristine family operations that account for nearly 50 percent of all privately owned woodlands, and you're likely to scoff that a cry of alarm over the state of family-owned forestland is nothing more than an overreaction.
Today, with Communism defeated or in retreat nearly everywhere, it is easy to scoff at the rack of dominos.
And to those who scoff at asking Mary and the saints to plead our cause rather than appealing to God directly, this same commentator, Marice Boulding, offers the witness of the Old Testament:
YELLS ALOUD: Sarah and boyfriend Tom enjoy the fairground rides; SCOFF COLOUR: Sarah; PICTURE EXCLUSIVE Pictures: MATRIXPHOTOS.
Fearful that the mother is about to lose her job, the family cuts back on expenses just as Nesta begins to go out with a wealthy boy who has some snobbish friends who scoff at her clothes and her color.
Staff at one of the big fella's former clubs recall with awe how Molby would often send out for pie and chips, scoff the lot, then go back for second helpings.