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Mockery or mocking is the act of insulting or making light of a person or other thing, sometimes ..... Media related to Mockery at Wikimedia Commons; The dictionary definition of mockery at Wiktionary; Quotations related to Mockery at Wikiquote.

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MnemonicDictionary.com - Meaning of ridicule and a memory aid (called Mnemonic) to retain that meaning for long time in our memory.

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Meaning: "make ridiculous," from ridicule (n.) or else from French ridiculer, from ridicule. Meaning "make fun of" is from c. 1700.… See more definitions.

en.bab.la/dictionary/english-arabic/ridicule

Translation for 'ridicule' in the free English-Arabic dictionary and many other Arabic translations.

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proceeds); to make mouths at, ie Ridicule -- mock. see GREEK mukaomai. .... Noah Webster's Dictionary (vt) To laugh at with contempt; to ridicule; to laugh;

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ridicule in dreams - a dream dictionary made from a comprehensive study of real dreams.

www.biblegateway.com/resources/dictionary-of-bible-themes/8782-mockery

A form of ridicule directed especially against individuals, with the purpose of humiliating them. Scripture condemns mockers as arrogant, unrighteous and foolish ...

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VERB + RIDICULE attract, draw, receive | expose sb/sth to, hold sb/sth up to, treat sb/sth with | be open to, face, invite, risk | fear A faintly comic figure, he fears ...

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Aug 30, 2017 ... Why is Mrs. Elton's handbag referred to as a "ridicule" rather than a ... the similar use of “reticule,” according to the Oxford English Dictionary.