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mockery
used in The 100

7 uses
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Definition
ridicule (to make fun of)

or:

something so inadequate it is ridiculous (silly)
  • Graham's face took on an expression of mock horror.
    p. 59.9
  • "Are you, soldier?" he added with a mock salute.
    p. 61.3
  • Her voice was hoarse but still full of mock indignation.
    p. 103.9
  • "So sorry to have wasted your time," he said with mock cordiality.
    p. 115.5
  • She huffed with mock indignation, then started pounding her fists into his chest.
    p. 124.6
  • "Oh, Clarke," Lilly groaned in mock exasperation.
    p. 190.5
  • Though she'd only seen him a few times, she recognized his sharp nose and mocking smile.
    p. 267.8

There are no more uses of "mockery" in The 100.

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