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scoffer

[ skaw-fer, skof-er ]
/ ˈskɔ fər, ˈskɒf ər /
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noun
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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