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  • as intakeoff
  • as inmimicry
  • as inribbing

synonyms for mockings

  • burlesque
  • caricature
  • cartoon
  • comedy
  • imitation
  • lampoon
  • parody
  • ridicule
  • spoof
  • travesty
  • mocking
  • send-up
  • pastiche
  • caricature
  • camouflage
  • imitation
  • parody
  • posture
  • mocking
  • apery
  • mimesis
  • mimetism
  • mimicking
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antonyms for mockings

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  • arrival
  • coming
  • landing
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      How to use mockings in a sentence

      Nevertheless, they were taken prisoners amid the mockings and hootings of men and women.
      THE TALES OF THE HEPTAMERON, VOL. I. (OF V.)MARGARET, QUEEN OF NAVARRE
      They had trials of cruel mockings and scourgings, yea, moreover, of bonds and imprisonment.
      JACQUES BONNEVALANNE MANNING
      The stories of these mockings, revilings, and brutal assaults cannot be accepted as historical.
      THE CHRISTJOHN ELEAZER REMSBURG
      But they kept within their tent, their horrible whoopings and mockings continuing until the whites were well away.
      THE CABIN ON THE PRAIRIEC. H. (CHARLES HENRY) PEARSON
      Cruel mockings may severely try those who fear neither the gibbet, nor the stake.
      SERMONS ON VARIOUS IMPORTANT SUBJECTSANDREW LEE
      Then you will be called to answer for your revilings and mockings against the people of God.
      THE LIFE OF THE REV. GEORGE WHITEFIELD, VOLUME I (OF 2)LUKE TYERMAN
      And others had trial of cruel mockings and scourgings, yea, moreover, of bonds and imprisonment.
      PILGRIMAGE FROM THE ALPS TO THE TIBERJAMES AITKEN WYLIE
      The "calf" or young ox, symbolizes "patient continuance in well-doing" amidst trials, such as "cruel mockings," etc.
      NOTES ON THE APOCALYPSEDAVID STEELE
      What were all her mockings but a beckoning to him to come on?
      TOMMY AND GRIZELJ.M. BARRIE
      Blessed be God, that no taunts or mockings could so move Him, Who suffered all for our sakes.
      "GRANNY'S CHAPTERS"LADY MARY ROSS
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      integumentnoun | [in-teg-yuh-muhnt ]SEE DEFINITION