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It was hard to hear you ridiculing an affair that occupies my serious thoughts.
In 1828 Mme. d'Espard tried to have a guardian appointed for her husband by ridiculing the noble conduct of the marquis.
REPERTORY OF THE COMEDIE HUMAINE, COMPLETE, A -- ZANATOLE CERFBERR AND JULES FRANOIS CHRISTOPHE
The Emperor's praises were particularly gratifying, because he had a way of ridiculing any detail of dress that he did not like.
Report comes to him that some of his pupils have been guilty of insulting and ridiculing an aged and infirm person.
She had punished him for his jealousy, she had taken her part in mildly ridiculing him.
THE RANGE BOSSCHARLES ALDEN SELTZER
I have quoted Lord Macaulay and Huxley as ridiculing those who entertained such an idea.
They made fun of earthly dignitaries, ridiculing even kings.
But the philosopher could not resist the temptation of ridiculing the advocates of the old system.
He began by gently ridiculing hyperculture—the new culture—and ended with a eulogy on Huck Finn.
Somebody proposed a Martyrs' Day; he wrote a paper ridiculing the suggestion.

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