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mock
used in Throne of Glass

11 uses
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Definition
making fun of

or:

not real
  • Celaena gave him a mocking smile, and then returned her attention to the prince.
    p. 10.2
  • Was he mocking her?
    p. 30.7
  • Disappointed at the lack of anything to mock, the soldiers returned to their meals.
    p. 30.9
  • Nothing malicious or mocking lay beneath his words.
    p. 36.2
  • "Don't you dare mock me!"
    p. 212.8
  • "Mock me again," she spat at Verin, "and I'll do that with my sword the next time."
    p. 218.2
  • She eyed him, searching for any sign of mockery.
    p. 229.5
  • "Don't mock me."
    p. 230.7
  • "I'm not mocking you—I'm just ...."
    p. 230.8
  • "You're mocking me!
    p. 231.7
  • But Cain didn't smile at her, not in that mocking way.
    p. 247.2

There are no more uses of "mock" in Throne of Glass.

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