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mock
used in The Horse Whisperer

6 uses
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Definition
making fun of

or:

not real
  • He turned back with a mock-guilty grin but it was wasted because the kid still didn't look at him.
    One (12% in)
  • And not very happy with you," she wagged a finger at him and frowned, mock stem.
    Three (16% in)
  • The competing mock-ups were laid out before them.
    Five (3% in)
  • She made a mock haughty face.
    Eighteen (23% in)
  • There were such moments, he knew, when the world chose thus to reveal itself not, as it might seem, to mock our plight or our irrelevance but simply to affirm, for us and for all life, the very act of being.
    Twenty (26% in)
  • He paced the rail in a mocking strut with his tail held high, but it was matted and twitched and was angled, Grace knew, by fear not: pride.
    Twenty-two (30% in)

There are no more uses of "mock" in The Horse Whisperer.

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