Definition of 'mocking'
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The corners of Ilmari's eyes lifted a fraction in slightly mocking concern. TO HIS JUST DESSERTSThe housebreaker's unclean face was still cheerful and mocking, although a slow worry had begun gathering at its edges. MAN'S LOVING FAMILYIt was her unsophisticated way of getting back at them for mocking her. NOBLE BEGINNNINGS
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Translations for 'mocking'
British English: mocking ADJECTIVE
A mocking expression or mocking behaviour indicates that you think someone or something is stupid or inferior.
She gave a mocking smile.
Definition of mocking from the Collins English Dictionary
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