verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
- a hard pattern representing the surface of a plate with a warped form, upon which the plate is beaten to shape after furnacing.
- bed(def 23).
Words nearby mock
Origin of mock
OTHER WORDS FROM mock
Examples from the Web for mocked
Advocacy groups are formed, advocacy groups are mocked, and the debate swirls on—no closer to reaching a conclusion.Playing Violent Video Games Makes You a Better Person, Study Says|Kevin Zawacki|July 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
First, George Will mocked the “Bring Back Our Girls” hashtag as an “exercise in self esteem.”Go Away, Coulter and Limbaugh; Hashtagging Is Better Than Snarking|Dean Obeidallah|May 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Viagra and Cialis are two of the most mocked medicines on the market.
The delightfully trippy television special has been mocked as feminist propaganda disguised as entertainment.
When he learned his official diagnosis—acute compartment syndrome—he mocked it a little.Reporter Miles O’Brien Lost an Arm but None of His Admirable Spirit or Wit|Kevin Bleyer|March 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I gazed at commonplaceness and dulness—I mocked at it; and now it has conquered me!The Journal of Arthur Stirling|Upton Sinclair
He never dreamt that his cause was lost, and he mocked and defied the Revolution to the end.Critical Miscellanies (Vol. 2 of 3)|John Morley
It was for this, their cowardice and delay, they said, that the gods had mocked them.Ulric the Jarl|William O. Stoddard
"You can't go very far in that short dress and those thin slippers," mocked Mignon.Marjorie Dean|Pauline Lester
But all the loveliness of the new day only mocked at the lonely girls in the wagon.The Plow-Woman|Eleanor Gates