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mock
used in Jane Eyre

7 uses
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Definition
making fun of

or:

not real
  • And Miss Ingram had looked down at her with a mocking air, and exclaimed, "Oh, what a little puppet!"
    Chapter 17 (60% in)
  • It turns from me; it will not suffer further scrutiny; it seems to deny, by a mocking glance, the truth of the discoveries I have already made, — to disown the charge both of sensibility and chagrin: its pride and reserve only confirm me in my opinion.
    Chapter 19 (54% in)
  • What creature was it, that, masked in an ordinary woman's face and shape, uttered the voice, now of a mocking demon, and anon of a carrion-seeking bird of prey?
    Chapter 20 (36% in)
  • I was silent: I thought he mocked me.
    Chapter 23 (74% in)
  • To tell me that I had already a wife is empty mockery: you know now that I had but a hideous demon.
    Chapter 27 (74% in)
  • But I always woke and found it an empty mockery; and I was desolate and abandoned — my life dark, lonely, hopeless — my soul athirst and forbidden to drink — my heart famished and never to be fed.
    Chapter 37 (25% in)
  • You mocking changeling — fairy-born and human-bred!
    Chapter 37 (48% in)

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