- mock used 12 times.
- mocked used 21 times.
- mocker used once.
- mockers used 5 times.
- mockest used once.
- mocketh used 5 times.
- mocking used 5 times.
- mockings used once.
- Included in Eastons: No
- Included in Hitchcocks: No
- Included in Naves: No
- Included in Smiths: No
- Included in Websters: Yes
- Included in Strongs: Yes
- Included in Thayers: Yes
- Included in BDB: Yes
- H2048 Used 1 time
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- G1702 Used 3 times
MOCK, verb transitive
1. Properly, to imitate; to mimick; hence, to imitate in contempt or derision; to mimick for the sake of derision; to deride by mimicry.
2. To deride; to laugh at; to ridicule; to treat with scorn or contempt.
3. To defeat; to illude; to disappoint; to deceive; as, to mock expectation.
Thou hast mocked me and told me lies. Judges 16:10.
4. To fool; to tantalize; to play on in contempt.
He will not
MOCK us with his blest sight, then snatch him hence.
MOCK, verb intransitive To make sport in contempt or in jest, or to speak jestingly.
When thou mockest, shall no man make thee ashamed? Job 11:3.
MOCK, noun Ridicule; derision; sneer; an act manifesting contempt.
Fools make a mock at sin. Proverbs 14:9.
What shall be the portion of those who make a mock at every thing sacred?
1. Imitation; mimicry. [Little used.]
MOCK, adjective False, counterfeit; assumed; imitating reality, but not real.
That superior greatness and mock majesty--
MOCK'AGE, noun Mockery. [Not used.]
MOCK'ED, participle passive Imitated or mimicked in derision; laughed at; ridiculed; defeated; illuded.
MOCK'ER, noun One that mocks; a scorner; a scoffer; a derider.
MOCK'ERY, noun The act of deriding and exposing to contempt, by mimicking the words or actions of another.
1. Derision; ridicule; sportive insult or contempt; contemptuous merriment at persons or things.
Grace at meals is now generally so performed as to look more like mockery upon devotion, than any solemn application of the mind to God.
2. Sport; subject of laughter.
Of the holy place they made a mockery
3. Vain imitation or effort; that which deceives, disappoints or frustrates.
It is as the air, invulnerable,
And our vain blows malicious mockery
4. Imitation; counterfeit appearance; false show.
And bear about the mockery of woe
To midnight dances.
MOCK'ESON, noun The name of a serpent.
Ishmael mocks Sarah
Elijah mocks the priests of Baal
1 Kings 18:27
Zedekiah mocks Micaiah
1 Kings 22:24
Children mock Elisha
2 Kings 2:23
The Ammonites mock God
Tyre mocks Jerusalem
MOCK'ING, participle present tense Imitating in contempt; mimicking; ridiculing by mimicry; treating with sneers and scorn; defeating; deluding.
MOCK'ING, noun Derision; insult.
MOCK'ING-BIRD, noun The mocking thrush of America; a bird of the genus Turdus.
MOCK'INGLY, adverb By way of derision; in contempt.
MOCK'ING-STOCK, noun A butt of sport.
MOCKLE. [See Mickle.]
MOCK'ABLE, adjective Exposed to derision. [Little used.]
MOCK'ORE, noun A sulphuret of zink, the same as blend, which see.
MOCK'-ORANGE, noun A plant of the genus Philadelphus.
MOCK'-PRIVET, noun A plant of the genus Phillyrea.