deride[ dih-rahyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF deride
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DERIDE
"Deride the agonies of Gian Maria," answered Francesco, with a laugh.
Ye who pray for what God in His infinite mercy has granted, do ye mock and deride Him?
They fear the world will mock them and deride When they are stripped of all their golden state.
Therefore we should not deride the man who writes himself Smythe.
They taunt and deride him, whereof three samples are again given.
Standing outside, we deride or oppose it, or at the most feel sentimental.
You will, no doubt, deride it as practical, but to my mind it is very much to the point.
This was rather a staggerer for Jeremy, who might deride, but could not deny, the curate's greatness.
Some of you may doubt this, and Gentiles especially may mock at and deride it.
It is idle to urge that unless we do this, anti-Christians will deride us.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DERIDE
- clamor against
- find fault with
- look down on
- put down
- run down
- scoff at
- sneer at
- take down a peg