a person who mocks or makes fun of someone or something, often of religion or moral values:We need courage when facing scoffers who jeer at our faith and make ironic comments about it.Scoffers may wonder how a small-scale, one-day Laurel and Hardy festival could ever draw attendees from around the world.
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How to use scoffer in a sentence
The needle of the archdruidress broke, as she shook her head viciously at the scoffer.The Pit Town Coronet, Volume I (of 3) | Charles James Wills
Three shall not enter Paradise—the scoffer, the hypocrite, and the slanderer.
The scoffer, the liar, the hypocrite, and the slanderer can have no share in the future world of bliss.
She would want to know where 'the scoffer's seat' was, and if it had a cushion?Fifty-Two Stories For Girls | Various
There shall she lie also, the scoffer and reviler, the worker of evil.