CYRANO (bowing mockingly to those who go out without daring to salute him): Gentlemen….
CYRANO (off his balance, trying to find the thread of his sentence): Ay,—to be at last sincere; Till now, my chilled heart, fearing to be mocked….
FIRST CADET (mockingly): Hark!
ROXANE: Mocked, and for what?
My mother even could not find me fair: I had no sister; and, when grown a man, I feared the mistress who would mock at me.
O mockery of Fate!
—he will mock!
He never fails to come: beneath this tree They place his chair, if it be fine:—I wait, I broider;—the clock strikes;—at the last stroke I hear,—for now I never turn to look— Too sure to hear his cane tap down the steps; He seats himself:—with gentle raillery He mocks my tapestry that’s never done; He tells me all the gossip of the week….
) THE DUENNA (making behind his back a mocking courtesy): Yes, my friend!
) THE MUSKETEER (mockingly): Ho, ho!
There are no more uses of "mockery" in the play.
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