Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which mocks, as by mimicry, derision, or deceit.
- n. A mocking-bird; one of the Miminæ.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who, or that which, mocks; a scorner; a scoffer; a derider.
- n. A deceiver; an impostor.
- n. (Zoöl.) A mocking bird.
- n. someone who jeers or mocks or treats something with contempt or calls out in derision
- n. long-tailed grey-and-white songbird of the southern United States able to mimic songs of other birds
“I've been where you and the others are - I was a 'mocker' too.”
“Now, the mocker is the Floreana Mockingbird, which according to Karen is "the bird that inspired Darwin to doubt the”
“mocker' in medical practise that it has been pronounced in holy writ.”
“This change was supposed to be championed at institutions of higher learning and technology, even though Tyler's mocker was allegedly a college student, and his weapon was a high-tech video camera.”
“It took me a long time to realize that Oprah is not my friend, she is really a mocker of faithful, (dowdy?), mothers, even though she says her biggest mission is to help us moms out (by giving us all make-overs, I guess - that's everyone's answer to all problems).”
“Shipping Girl Genius (and Other Trivial Matters) "Although strong drink is a mocker, I find that I need to be mocked.”
“He is a breaker of oaths, a burner of deeds, a mocker of laws — at least, from the pronomian perspective.”
“As a regular myspace mocker I had to love this one.”
“G rejected, Summers should be a shoo-in with the Senate, and now Obama can have his woman-mocker in place like he wanted all along.”
“This inspired me to toss out a couple of handfuls of sunflower seed on the snow crust, which will likely not benefit the mocker at all but may aid cardinals and such.”
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