The act of one who scoffs; derision; mockery. (noun)
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Use "scoffing" in a sentence
"Times reporter John Broder, writing from Jasper, Ind., does open by quoting a politician who cites scripture in scoffing at "climate change":"
"For this amateurish smacktalker to get mentioned as a potential replacement – without immediate scoffing from the White House – screams that things are going from incompetent to worse on Pennsylvania Avenue."
"Thanks Carol for the info, we are not big movie goers but occassionally one we want to see is only on at the local art house as was 9/11 until last week ... audience was older (50-60-70) than I would hope to have seen and the comments were about divided afterwards in scoffing at it as an orchestrated sound bite political commercial or saying I told you so, now it all makes sense ...."