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Another word for mock

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Verb
  1. To make fun or make fun of

      1. To question (someone), especially closely or repeatedly:
      2. To test the knowledge of by posing questions:
      3. To poke fun at; mock.
      1. A foolishly annoying person.
      2. A reproach, gibe, or taunt.
      3. To taunt, ridicule, or tease, especially for embarrassing mistakes or faults:
      1. To spy on or explore carefully in order to obtain information; reconnoiter.
      2. To observe and evaluate (a talented person), as for possible hiring.
      3. To search as a scout:
      1. To show or express derision or scorn:
      2. To say in a derisive manner:
      1. The act of using words, gestures, images, or other products of expression to evoke laughter or contemptuous feelings regarding a person or thing:
      2. The words or other products of expression used in this way:
      3. To expose to ridicule; make fun of.
      1. To express certain emotions, especially mirth or delight, by a series of spontaneous, usually unarticulated sounds often accompanied by corresponding facial and bodily movements.
      2. To show or feel amusement or good humor:
      3. To feel or express derision or contempt; mock:
      1. A playful or frivolous mood or manner:
      2. A playful remark; a witticism or joke.
      3. A playful or amusing act; a prank.
      1. To speak or shout derisively; mock.
      2. To abuse vocally; taunt:
      3. A scoffing or taunting remark or shout.
      1. To make taunting, heckling, or jeering remarks.
      2. To deride with taunting remarks.
      3. A derisive remark.
      1. To laugh at, speak of, or write about dismissively or contemptuously.
  2. To copy (the manner or expression of another), especially in an exaggerated or mocking way

      1. A debased or grotesque likeness:
      2. An exaggerated or grotesque imitation, such as a parody of a literary work.
      3. To make a travesty of; parody or ridicule.
      1. A literary or artistic work that uses imitation, as of the characteristic style of an author or a work, for comic effect or ridicule.
      2. A genre, as in literature, comprising such works.
      3. Something so bad as to be equivalent to intentional mockery; a travesty:
      1. To copy or imitate closely, especially in speech, expression, and gesture:
      2. To copy or imitate so as to ridicule; mock:
      3. To reproduce or simulate:
      1. To use or follow as a model:
      2. To copy the mannerisms or speech of; mimic:
      3. To copy (mannerisms or speech):
      1. A representation, especially pictorial or literary, in which the subject's distinctive features or peculiarities are deliberately exaggerated to produce a comic or grotesque effect.
      2. The art of creating such representations.
      3. A grotesque imitation or misrepresentation:
      1. A literary or dramatic work that makes fun of something, often by means of outlandish exaggeration.
      2. A ludicrous or mocking imitation; a travesty:
      3. A variety show characterized by broad ribald comedy, dancing, and striptease.
      1. Any of various tailless Old World primates of the superfamily Hominoidea, including the gibbons, orangutans, gorillas, chimpanzees, and humans.
      2. Any of various members of this superfamily bearing fur and usually living in the wild, especially orangutans, gorillas, and chimpanzees, in contrast to humans. Not in scientific use.
      3. A tailed primate such as a monkey. Not in scientific use.
    See also:

    same

Noun
  1. A false, derisive, or impudent imitation of something

      1. A debased or grotesque likeness:
      2. An exaggerated or grotesque imitation, such as a parody of a literary work.
      3. To make a travesty of; parody or ridicule.
      1. Something false or empty that is purported to be genuine:
      2. Deceitfulness or pretense:
      3. One who claims to be what he or she is not; an impostor or fraud:
      1. A literary or artistic work that uses imitation, as of the characteristic style of an author or a work, for comic effect or ridicule.
      2. A genre, as in literature, comprising such works.
      3. Something so bad as to be equivalent to intentional mockery; a travesty:
      1. Scornfully contemptuous ridicule; derision.
      2. A specific act of ridicule or derision:
      3. An object of scorn or ridicule:
      1. A light dramatic work in which highly improbable plot situations, exaggerated characters, and often slapstick elements are used for humorous effect.
      2. The branch of literature constituting such works.
      3. The broad or spirited humor characteristic of such works.
      1. A representation, especially pictorial or literary, in which the subject's distinctive features or peculiarities are deliberately exaggerated to produce a comic or grotesque effect.
      2. The art of creating such representations.
      3. A grotesque imitation or misrepresentation:
      1. A literary or dramatic work that makes fun of something, often by means of outlandish exaggeration.
      2. A ludicrous or mocking imitation; a travesty:
      3. A variety show characterized by broad ribald comedy, dancing, and striptease.
Adjective
  1. Made to imitate something else

    See also:

    real

Another word for mock

Modifier
Verb
  1. To ridicule

    See also:

    ridicule

  2. To mimic

      1. A representation, especially pictorial or literary, in which the subject's distinctive features or peculiarities are deliberately exaggerated to produce a comic or grotesque effect.
      2. The art of creating such representations.
      3. A grotesque imitation or misrepresentation:
      1. A literary or dramatic work that makes fun of something, often by means of outlandish exaggeration.
      2. A ludicrous or mocking imitation; a travesty:
      3. A variety show characterized by broad ribald comedy, dancing, and striptease.
      1. To copy or imitate closely, especially in speech, expression, and gesture:
      2. To copy or imitate so as to ridicule; mock:
      3. To reproduce or simulate:
  3. To dare

      1. A call to engage in a contest, fight, or competition:
      2. An act or statement of defiance; a call to confrontation:
      3. A demand for explanation or justification; a calling into question:
      1. To oppose or resist with boldness and assurance:
      2. To refuse to submit to or cooperate with:
      3. To be beyond the application or scope of; be contrary or resistant to:
      1. Possessing or displaying courage.
      2. Making a fine display; impressive or showy:
      3. Excellent; great: