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“David took my hand and looked into my eyes, his expression all mock-serious.”
“Yes, the book's too long, too in love with its own mock-serious voice.”
“Serialized in Life magazine, this deliberately ironic and mock-serious fable—with simple-minded dialogue and painfully obvious Christian symbolism—expressed his contempt for the reading public, the critics and religion.”
“Though he ran a mock-serious write-in campaign for president in 1964, Dizzy always rose above politics and pettiness.”
“Produced by Judd Apatow and co-starring Sean "P Diddy" Combs and Jonah Hill, the film is so full of Brandisms – those long strings of mock-serious locutions – that he might have asked for a writing credit.”
“Lani giggled at Mia, and then adopted a mock-serious tone.”
“Biden's reply, in a mock-serious tone: Let me be clear.”
“My second thought, alas, was anticipation of the inevitable squeals, whines and bellyaches that America's extreme wrong-wing noisemakers invariably shriek, accompanied by dread that the media would, with straight faces and mock-serious tones, report their nonsense.”
“Will you read them in a high squeaky voice or a deep mock-serious voice?”
“Here's the thing I should explain," says Stewart, in a mock-serious tone.”
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