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Synonyms for deride

Synonyms for deride

to make fun or make fun of

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treat or speak of with contempt

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His machine-made storiettes, though he hated them and derided them, were successful.
Former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak continued deriding Pakatan Harapan today over the coalition's failure to deliver some of its election pledges, reminding them they previously derided him for touting the promises he fulfilled.
The defendant told prosecutors that he had shared the image on Facebook without knowing that its content derided the Prophet.
Summary: New Delhi [India], December 18 (ANI): Home Minister Rajnath Singh derided Rahul Gandhi on the Congress party's performance in Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat assembly elections.
According to Ogunjebe, 'Wike, in his most arrogant and selfish swagger openly derided our people as being inconsequential and of no practical political importance in PDP,' describing such remark as 'rather scandalous and very benighted.'
Clr Watson also surmises that people are calling the officers and the working people that are being derided as 'idiots.'.
Summary: Nick Clegg has told the Leveson Inquiry that the press "ignored or derided" him and the Liberal Democrats before they entered government.
The best of your emails Give new rules a chance Thousands of words have derided the concept of Champions Day long before the meeting has taken place, yet from here it looks as though plenty of champions will be present for a fantastic day's racing next Saturday.
Avtovaz is better known for producing the much derided Lada range of cars and was set up in the late sixties to produce Fiat-based designs for the Soviet market.
Opposition MKs derided those who voted for the Land Bill on Monday, accusing them of trading land for political power.
But I hope that the useful work of most MPs and local councillors is not derided as a result.
Mr Steinbruck derided Mr Darlings's 2.5% cut in VAT and warned that a generation of taxpayers would be saddled with the debt.
For a team that earned rave reviews for their passing but also derided for their inability to deal with crosses, the current situation is hardly playing ideal at the business end of the season.