Definition of "mocked" []

  • To behave with scorn or contempt (towards); show ridicule (for) (verb)
  • To imitate, esp in fun; mimic (verb)
  • To deceive, disappoint, or delude (verb)
  • To defy or frustrate (verb)
  • The act of mocking (noun)
  • A person or thing mocked (noun)
  • A counterfeit; imitation (noun)
  • (in England and Wales) the school examinations taken as practice before public examinations (noun)
  • Sham or counterfeit (adjective)
  • Serving as an imitation or substitute, esp for practice purposes (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of mock. (verb) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016 : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "mocked" in a sentence
  • "OK, so, Family Guy has made fun of pretty much everyone, and most of the time, the person being mocked is there, doing their own voice."
  • "During the election, Palin mocked then-candidate Obama for his work as a community organizer, in the process insulting the countless thousands/millions who give their time and energy to bettering their own communities, often without pay."
  • "The 2000 buy was mocked from the beginning, and led to a $54 billion write-down two years later."