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Synonyms for mocking
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derisive, gibelike, jeering, mocking, tauntingadjective
abusing vocally; expressing contempt or ridicule
"derisive laughter"; "a jeering crowd"; "her mocking smile"; "taunting shouts of `coward' and `sissy'"
jeering, quizzical, taunting, derisive, gibelike, teasing
serious, respectful, unplayful, sober
mocking, teasing, quizzicaladjective
playfully vexing (especially by ridicule)
"his face wore a somewhat quizzical almost impertinent air"- Lawrence Durrell
nettlesome, derisive, annoying, plaguy, vexing, teasing, gibelike, galling, taunting, bothersome, jeering, plaguey, questioning, pestiferous, vexatious, pesky, quizzical, pestering, irritating
unplayful, sober, serious, respectful
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For those who choose not to, mocking them and punishing them will lead to a more divided America, furthering the discrimination we are already dealing with.
Holding an event mocking the Muslim observance of Ramadan, a holy time in the Muslim faith, is highly offensive and abhorrent. As a community, we must reject anti-Muslim bigotry whenever and wherever it surfaces.
I don't know if you can find a larger a-- than Jim Acosta. CNN has been engaging in a cover-up of violent crime for quite a while, they did it for political reasons. They did it because they wanted Biden in … Those two clowns Cuomo and Lemon were mocking people who were concerned. They were laughing about it.
I discovered something very significant by mocking the President and that is for a man who loves to mock others, he does not like to be mocked. As it turns out, he's got a pretty thin skin. Who would have thought it ? never mind that I said I wasn't using his words before I said, and I wasn't using his words after I said it, and I said I was making a parody of his words --' It's an outrage ! He mocked the President, that Schiff ! Terrible !'.
Trump mocking Dr. Blasey Ford at a rally makes it clear : if these so-called Senate moderates vote for Kavanaugh now, they are siding with Trump's cruelty over the bravery of a sexual assault survivor.
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- ivallinen, pilkallinen, ilkkuvaFinnish
- deridere, beffardo, dileggiare, dileggiante, deridente, burlesco, beffeggiante, schernire, beffeggiareItalian
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