And the omission or derision of dads in the parent (aka “mommy”) blogosphere is a perennial pet peeve.
The threat has been greeted with derision here around the barricaded city hall festooned with Russian and Soviet flags.
He's facing lots of derision for assuming the repeal of Obamacare in his new budget.
When he gave interviews to the press, he was often quoted talking about his native country with derision.
After checking with Mao, Zhou treated our effort with scorn and derision.
Annoyed, I asked her as gently as possible, while the crowd grinned in derision: But what have you done that I should pay you?
The English officers sneered in derision at "the fleet of whaleboats."
Though brave and high-spirited, he was very sensitive, and feared a smile of derision more than a sword-thrust.
He thought the little ones too poor-looking and turned away in derision.
Brier and blossom bow to meet him In derision round his path; Gloomily the hemlocks greet him And the crow screams out in wrath.
c.1400, from Old French derision "derision, mockery" (13c.), from Latin derisionem (nominative derisio), noun of action from past participle stem of deridere "ridicule," from de- "down" (see de-) + ridere "to laugh."