’For how long?’ mocked the profane old man with a gleam of malicious elation.
’I don’t know,’ confessed Clevinger, with a trace of mock concern.
Aarfy sneered with mock surprise.
Yossarian hauled himself over onto his side and shook his head in solemn mockery.
Colonel Korn inquired with sarcastic seriousness, mocking Colonel Cathcart.
’What would you do if I did try to stop you?’ he asked with rueful mockery.
’He doesn’t even believe there are atheists in foxholes,’ the colonel mocked, and nudged the chaplain in the ribs familiarly.
Yossarian laughed mockingly, and Major Danby, despite his blushing discomfort, leaned back with relief, as though welcoming the respite Yossarian’s changing mood promised.
…of Rome, where he was wounded in the eye by a flower fired at him from close range by a seedy, cackling, intoxicated old man, who, like Satan himself, had then bounded up on Major — de Coverley’s car with malicious glee, seized him roughly and contemptuously by his venerable white head and kissed him mockingly on each cheek with a mouth reeking with sour fumes of wine, cheese and garlic, before dropping back into the joyous celebrating throngs with a hollow, dry, excoriating laugh.
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I will not permit the defendant to make a mockery of this trial.
Abuses at Abu Ghraib made a mockery of American idealism.