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mock meaning

[ mɔk ]   Pronunciation:
Synonyms of "mock""mock" in a sentence
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  • Verb: mock  mók
    1. Treat with contempt
      "The new constitution mocks all democratic principles"
      - bemock 
    2. Imitate with mockery and derision
      "The children mocked their handicapped classmate"
    Adjective: mock  mók
    1. Constituting a copy or imitation of something
      "boys in mock battle"
    Noun: mock  mók
    1. The act of mocking or ridiculing
      "they made a mock of him"

    Derived forms: mocking, mocks, mocked

    See also: counterfeit, imitative, mocker, mockery

    Type of: copy, derision, do by, handle, imitate, ridicule, simulate, treat

    Encyclopedia: Mock

Examples
  • They would mock him to their husbands.
  • So in reality it was a mock adventure.
  • She wrung her hands in mock despair.
  • He assumed a mock extravagance.
  • Those who mock history will be mocked by history. 3
  • A girl screams in mock fright.
  • If i would speak, she would mock me into the air.
  • "turn a somersault in the sea," cried the mock turtle.
  • To mock such a serious man as don guillermo is beyond all right.
  • Demonstrators launched a mock invasion of fort lewis on july 15.
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