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mock
used in The Mysterious Benedict Society

3 uses
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Definition
making fun of

or:

not real
  • Vic thought it too fancy a word to be proper, and soon had gotten the entire table laughing and saying "enjoyable" in mocking tones until Reynie had finally excused himself without dessert and retreated here.
    p. 5.3
  • After half an hour of useless guessing, the children had come no closer to an answer, and Constance abandoned her silence in order to mock their efforts.
    p. 413.7
  • And so, to the mocking laughs of Martina from halfway down the hill ("Fat lot of good that bucket will do you when we catch up with your) she handed her rope to Constance and scampered back to retrieve it.
    p. 431.7

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