Definitions

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  • adj. Not mocked.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ mocked

Examples

  • So I hereby give it to you intact, unmocked, in all its sad, sad glory, and let you do it. from craigslist:

    Friday Jumble

  • Released on parole, Abbott stabbed a waiter to death, and no leftist literary figure's policy directives would ever go unmocked again.

    A Boy's Life

  • We have to believe that unmocked love has existence in the streets, because of the proof that is published when a man shoots a woman who has rejected him; and from this also do we learn to believe that a woman of the burlesque classes is able to reject.

    Essays

  • McSweeney’s Joke Book of Book Jokes runs the gamut of literature, leaving no book unopened or unmocked.

    2010 March 10 « The BookBanter Blog

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