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mock
used in The Age of Innocence

3 uses
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Definition
making fun of

or:

not real
  • The ostensible reason of his appearance was the discovery, the very night before, of a "perfect little house," not in the market, which was really just the thing for her, but would be snapped up instantly if she didn't take it; and he was loud in mock-reproaches for the dance she had led him in running away just as he had found it.
    Chapter 15 (60% in)
  • One feels that," she cried, missing the mockery.
    Chapter 9 (56% in)
  • Whose hand did you think you were kissing, young man—your wife's, I hope?" the old lady snapped out with her mocking cackle; and as he rose to go she called out after him: "Give her her Granny's love; but you'd better not say anything about our talk."
    Chapter 30 (99% in)

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