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mock
used in Unbroken by Hillenbrand

5 uses
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Definition
making fun of

or:

not real
  • Hauled out and forced to run, Louie was trounced, and the guards made tittering mockery of him.
    p. 207.7
  • The bomber, soon to be named Tokyo Rose as a mocking homage to the women who broadcast Japanese propaganda, was piloted by Captain Ralph Steakley.
    p. 249.3
  • A few children scampered about, raising their arms in imitation of surrender and mocking the prisoners.
    p. 281.2
  • They saw women holding sharpened sticks, practicing lunges at stacks of rice straw, and small children being lined up in front of schools, handed wooden mock guns, and drilled.
    p. 292.1
  • The Bird watched Louie, amused by his suffering, mocking him.
    p. 295.9

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