Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Yet simultaneously he derided himself for the inertness of his imagination.

Had it been any other who spoke of it he would have derided the whole idea.

Junius derided the court, "where," he said, "prayers are morality and kneeling is religion."

But the moment it had subsided the derided one shot out his retort.

Neither did he delight in the sufferings of them that had derided him.

She moved her hand from his shoulder and smiled, as if she derided him and his heat.

Naturally I derided his fears which he, more or less, confided to me.

But the often derided dress reformer has had her way, to a great extent.

All that had hitherto been regarded as sacred was now derided.

"But I am not derided," said Diogenes,  when some one told him he was derided.