[ US /ˈmɑk/ ]
[ UK /mˈɒk/ ]
  1. imitate with mockery and derision
    The children mocked their handicapped classmate
  2. treat with contempt
    The new constitution mocks all democratic principles
  1. constituting a copy or imitation of something
    boys in mock battle
  1. the act of mocking or ridiculing
    they made a mock of him
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How To Use mock In A Sentence

  • Some of the crew went off-shift, stringing up hybrid bunks and hammocks belowdecks, the others continued working.
  • “‘Now, gentlemen, standing up here before you, I feel a good deal like Pat, and maybe after I’ve spieled along for a while, I may feel so darn small that I’ll be able to crawl into a Pullman hammock with no trouble at all, at all! Chapter 14
  • Absorbing and retracing my history, memories of the special, never forgotten days, when our family made the crossing over the lagoon to the hummocks beyond.
  • a persistent campaign of mockery by the satirical fortnightly magazine
  • The Chinese authorities remain acutely aware of Ai's complex and innovative heresy and in China, an "edgy" artist has to face greater challenges than mockery or dismissive critics. Ai Weiwei: The rebel who has suffered for his art
  • Thence in comparison to pricey couches, hammocks are more user-friendly.
  • They emerge, as they have again this year, as the flower buds of garlic mustard and of lady's smock appear. Times, Sunday Times
  • The awkwardness between them soon vanished when they began laughing and mocking the poorly produced film.
  • The mock-up design featured access by ramps to all raised spaces, including the judge's bench, witness stand, jury box, and clerk stations.
  • Even the more sentimental variations seem mocking.
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