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See definition of mocked on Dictionary.com
  • as indisgraced
  • as inimitated
  • as ininsulted

synonyms for mocked

  • humiliated
  • defrocked
  • degraded
  • demoted
  • discharged
  • dishonored
  • shamed
  • abject
  • down and out
  • downtrodden
  • in disgrace
  • tarred and feathered
  • aggrieved
  • disgraced
  • humiliated
  • outraged
  • shamed
  • affronted
  • cursed
  • defamed
  • dishonored
  • hurt
  • reviled
  • ridiculed
  • slandered
  • slighted
  • vilified

antonyms for mocked

MOST RELEVANT
  • honored
  • in favor
  • restored
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    How to use mocked in a sentence

    It wasn’t the rubes he was mocking or the pols he was making light of.
    YOU SHOULD SIDE WITH BORAT’S VICTIMS, NOT MOCK THEMSONNY BUNCHOCTOBER 30, 2020WASHINGTON POST
    There’s a ceremony to sports, something that many die-hards have long mocked and wished would be minimized.
    IT TURNS OUT THERE IS SUCH A THING AS TOO MUCH SPORTSJERRY BREWEROCTOBER 29, 2020WASHINGTON POST
    High school and middle school students watch debates, discuss campaign strategy, explore the voting process and hold mock elections.
    AS THE ELECTION DRAWS NEAR, CIVICS AND GOVERNMENT TEACHERS WALK A FINE LINEJOE HEIMOCTOBER 29, 2020WASHINGTON POST
    We’re also going to be working a lot with victims of domestic violence and getting them reintegrated into the workforce providing mock interviews and teaching modules.
    HOW FOUR MIDWEST WOMEN-OWNED BUSINESSES LAUNCHED A NATIONWIDE VOTING INITIATIVERACHEL SCHALLOMOCTOBER 16, 2020FORTUNE
    Furthermore, Apple is pushing other data intensive ideas, like doctors sharing high-resolution medical scans and architects sharing augmented reality architectural mock-ups of buildings over their phones.
    HOW FAST WILL APPLE’S NEW 5G IPHONES BE?AARON PRESSMANOCTOBER 15, 2020FORTUNE
    The process took much of May and June and involved more than 10 mock-ups and a lot of back-and-forth with state and county officials and their legal teams.
    HOW NORTH CAROLINA’S MAIL-IN ENVELOPE GOT A NEW, EASIER-TO-USE LOOKBONNIE BERKOWITZOCTOBER 15, 2020WASHINGTON POST
    Ted Cruz mocked Democrats for being absent from the hearing room during the second full day of questioning for Barrett.
    BARRETT CONFIRMATION HEARING DAY THREE: BARRETT DECLINES TO SAY WHETHER IT’S WRONG TO SEPARATE MIGRANT CHILDREN FROM PARENTSDEREK HAWKINS, SEUNG MIN KIM, ANN MARIMOW, KAROUN DEMIRJIANOCTOBER 14, 2020WASHINGTON POST
    Members with relevant expertise have read and commented on stories before publication — when Jacinda Ardern was mocked for calling the Tooth Fairy and essential worker, it was highlighted this is an example of politics done right.
    ‘IT’S ON THE WRITERS’: HOW THE CORRESPONDENT DRIVES INTERACTION BETWEEN MEMBERS AND ITS JOURNALISTSLUCINDA SOUTHERNOCTOBER 14, 2020DIGIDAY
    Torba, the founder, directly attacked the Graphika report and mocked one of its authors in a blog post last week.
    PARLER AND GAB, TWO CONSERVATIVE SOCIAL MEDIA SITES, KEEP ALLEGED RUSSIAN DISINFORMATION UP, DESPITE REPORTCRAIG TIMBERGOCTOBER 7, 2020WASHINGTON POST
    Graham mocked Harrison for presenting himself as a bootstrapping populist, asking why someone who had made good money as a lobbyist still hadn't paid off student loans.
    THE TRAILER: THE SEVEN POLITICAL STATES OF TEXASDAVID WEIGELOCTOBER 4, 2020WASHINGTON POST
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    WORDS RELATED TO MOCKED

    • abject
    • defrocked
    • degraded
    • demoted
    • discharged
    • dishonored
    • down and out
    • downtrodden
    • humiliated
    • in disgrace
    • mocked
    • shamed
    • tarred and feathered
    • affronted
    • aggrieved
    • cursed
    • defamed
    • disgraced
    • dishonored
    • humiliated
    • hurt
    • mocked
    • outraged
    • reviled
    • ridiculed
    • shamed
    • slandered
    • slighted
    • vilified
    Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.