|pilkka englanniksi||taunt, clout, scoff, derision, jeer, mock|
*: Such a clout on the ear as you gave me… But I soon taught you.
*: ... allowed Boston to score all of its runs on homers, including a pair of clouts by Jacoby Ellsbury ...
*: A must shoot nearer or hell neer hit the clout.
*: His garments, nought but many ragged clouts, / With thorns together pinned and patched was.
*: a clout upon that head where late the diadem stood
*: Clouts were thin and flat pieces of iron, used it appears to strengthen the box of the wheel; perhaps also for nailing on such other parts of the cart as were particularly exposed to wear.
*: Paul, yea, and Peter, too, had more skill in ... clouting an old tent than to teach lawyers.
*: if fond Bavius vent his clouted song
*: With scoffs, and scorns, and contumelious taunts.
*: There were sneers, and scoffs, and inuendoes of some; prophecies of failure in a hundred ways ...
*: The scoff of withered age and beardless youth.
*: Truth from his lips prevailed with double sway, / And fools who came to scoff, remained to pray.
*: There was just a touch of derision in the Dons voice and Hagen flushed.
*: Midas, exposed to all their jeers, Had lost his art, and kept his ears.
*: But when he saw her toy and gibe and jeer.
*: And if we cannot jeer them, we jeer ourselves.
*: Fools make a mock at sin.
: He got a B in his History mock, but improved to an A in the exam.
*: To see the life as lively mocked as ever / Still sleep mocked death.
*: Mocking marriage with a dame of France.
*: Elijah mocked them, and said, Cry aloud.
*: Let not ambition mock their useful toil.
*: Thou hast mocked me, and told me lies.
*: And with his spirit sadly I survive, / to mock the expectations of the world; / to frustrate prophecies, and to raze out / rotten opinion ...
*: "It is the greene-eyd Monster, which doth mocke / The meate it feeds on."
*: Why do I overlive? / Why am I mocked with death, and lengthened out / to deathless pain?
*: He will not ... / Mock us with his blest sight, then snatch him hence.
*: ‘Mock’ certainly never signifies to loath. Its common signification is, to disappoint.
*: The French revolution indeed is a prodigy which has mocked the expectations both of its friends and its foes. It has cruelly disappointed the fondest hopes of the first, nor has it observed that course which the last thought that it would have pursued.
: ux|en|mock turtle soup
: ux|en|mock leather