Thesaurus / deride

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Did they deride men for being too diligent, for the pleasing of God and saving of their souls?

Through whose fault has this basic emotion served merely to trick and deride them?

Papists and Anabaptists deride us because we so earnestly require faith.

Inevitably there grew up a generation of lads who began to deride Yasi, and said that they would never join the society.

Fetichism in West AfricaRobert Hamill Nassau

She was standing opposite to him, with a smile that seemed half to tease him, half to deride herself.

A Young Man's YearAnthony Hope

Such arguments convince many people who deride the claim that "marriages are made in heaven."

Health, Healing, and FaithRussell H. Conwell

She had indeed a touch of derision for that philosophy and its philosophers, though it was not worth while even to deride it.

It is idle to urge that unless we do this, anti-Christians will deride us.

Some men have been found to denounce and deride the modern system—what they call the capitalist system.

They cannot dispense with those very persons whom they do not like and whom they deride.

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