1 > Mimic, mock
2 > To act in a grotesque or mischievous manner
3 > Fool, trifle — often used with around; tamper — usually used with with
To make furious | SYN: enfuriate, infuriate, exasperate, incense.
To treat or speak of with contempt.
To cast reproaches and sneering expressions; to rail; to utter taunting, sarcastic words; to flout; to fleer; to scoff.
1 > To say or do something jokingly or mockingly
2 > To make mocking fun of
To laugh or scoff at | SYN: scoff, flout, barrack, gibe.
1 > To imitate with mockery and derision
2 > To treat with contempt | SYN: bemock.
To mock; to jeer; to make faces in contempt
To subject to laughter or ridicule: | SYN: guy, blackguard, laugh at, jest at, rib, make fun, poke fun.
1 > To cook by exposing to dry heat (as in an oven or before a fire) or by surrounding with hot embers, sand, or stones; to dry and parch by exposure to heat
2 > To heat (inorganic material) with access of air and without fusing to effect change (as expulsion of volatile matter, oxidation, or removal of sulfur from sulfide ores)
3 > To heat to excess
4 > To subject to severe criticism or ridicule
5 > To honor (a person) at a roast
6 > To cook food by heat
7 > To undergo being roasted
8 > To cook with dry heat, usually in an oven
1 > To treat with contemptuous disregard | SYN: flout.
2 > To show contempt by derisive acts or language
3 > To treat or address with derision; mock
ETYM Icel. skűta a taunt; cf. Icel. skűta to jut out, skota to shove, skjôta to shoot, to shove. Related to Shoot.
1 > To get the lay of the land | SYN: reconnoiter, reconnoitre.
2 > Mock.
3 > To reject scornfully.
4 > Scoff.
1 > To express contempt through a facial expression.
2 > To smile contemptuously.
To mock; to deride in a contemptuous manner, while keeping oneself free from attack.
To taunt or ridicule
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