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mockers

/ ˈmɒkəz /

plural noun

  1. put the mockers on informal.
    put the mockers on to ruin the chances of success of Also (Austral)put the mock onput the mocks on


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Word History and Origins

Origin of mockers1

C20: perhaps from mock

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Example Sentences

Frequently I took my light, and made a search for those mockers and persecutors of my waking and sleeping hours.

"Sire, there is one behind these mockers," answered the little man in a low voice.

They were heavily armed, their prowlers beside them and their mockers on their shoulders.

Their weapons were ready, the mockers were trained, the prowlers were waiting.

One pair of mockers survived and had two young ones that fall.

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