To bid the mockers and them that dare—dare to profane this sanctuary be careful.
Why should Heathcote escape the jeers of mockers, while he (Dick) had to bear the brunt of them?
They were heavily armed, their prowlers beside them and their mockers on their shoulders.
Their weapons were ready, the mockers were trained, the prowlers were waiting.
One pair of mockers survived and had two young ones that fall.
They took a supply of the orange corn and two of the mockers; the yellow one and its mate.
"Yea; mockers and scorners are Godwin and his lewd sons," answered the monk.
This word for "mockers" is found only in St. Peter's epistle.
The question of the mockers, "Where is the promise of His coming?"
St. Peter says the mockers will come; Polycarp says in his day they had come.