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Synonyms for mockery

Synonyms for mockery

words or actions intended to evoke contemptuous laughter

a false, derisive, or impudent imitation of something

an object of amusement or laughter

Synonyms for mockery

showing your contempt by derision

a composition that imitates or misrepresents somebody's style, usually in a humorous way

humorous or satirical mimicry

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'We urge the honorable commission to end this mockery of the law, of the party list system and even of this commission,' the petitioners said.
"Ronald Cardema and the Duterte Youth are making yet another mockery of the party-list system and another blatant circumvention of the law.
He called on to stop online mockery and denied accusations of waiting any gifts from Russian President.
The system has become a mockery of marginalized representation in Congress.
'To assuage any suspicion of betrayal of public trust, Comelec should not just strongly reprimand Cardema for his insulting audacity but also disqualify Duterte Youth for the resulting mockery,' it said.
The post ( The International Community Makes a Mockery of Human Rights appeared first on ( Palestine Chronicle.
as a mockery of the country's stand against foreign officials involved with corruption.
'From blinding 18-month baby, Hiba, to murdering 14 year old Kashmiri boys, India makes a mockery of human rights everyday in IOK,' it said.
Not satisfied with this mockery, now the so-called Conservative (family) Government is consulting at the present time proposing "no-fault divorce" - in effect scrapping the legal expectation of what marriage should be.
Rehman said that the federal government since 1994 had made a mockery of religious seminaries in negotiations to modernise them.
The National Patriots Association (Patriot) has slammed PAS for allowing its members to wear uniforms similar to the Malaysian Army's Number 1 dress, calling it a mockery to a very dignified military tradition.
He held people had made mockery of us after we had won only one seat.
THE Earl of Devon won a lifetime seat in the Lords yesterday with just seven votes in an election slammed as a "mockery of our democracy".
If an absconder's right to contest elections is accepted, it will be a mockery of law, over and above the mockery that a proclaimed offender continues to be a minister.
The statement was made during a weekly press briefing by MOFA spokesperson Mohammad Faisal where he noted that India was making a 'complete mockery of its justice system'.