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Definition of "deriding" [deriding]

  • Present participle of deride. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "deriding" in a sentence
  • "Al Gore tried to warn us what was happening but the wealthy owners of the News media joined Bush in deriding “fuzzy math”."
  • "People who do not acknowledge that Henry Paul Monaghan was right in deriding those who cannot live with the notion that our Constitution is not "Our Perfect Constitution" cannot now yelp when it is their ox being gored."
  • "Critics are "deriding" her for merely being from a small town?"