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  • Now she glanced at each house, and felt, when she was safely home, that she had won past a thousand enemies armed with ridicule.
  • By day, rattling about in many activities, she was able to ridicule her blazing nights of darkness.
  • I’ve even stood for your ridiculing our Watch Gopher Prairie Grow campaign.
  • She debated it, furiously denied it, reaffirmed it, ridiculed it.
  • And they’ve been ridiculing it, all this while!"
  • And some day when he gets away from Harry Haydock’s patronage and ridicule, he’ll do something fine."
  • She pictured, and ridiculed, herself as walking up to him and remarking, "I am sick with the Village Virus.

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  • It’s easier to ridicule her ideas than to seriously refute her findings.
  • In his day, he was ridiculed for saying the earth is round.

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