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Definition of the noun mocker

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noun - plural: mockers

  1. someone who jeers or mocks or treats something with contempt or calls out in derision
  2. long-tailed grey-and-white songbird of the southern United States able to mimic songs of other birds

Alternative definition of the noun mocker

noun

  1. a person who mocks
  2. a mocking bird

Character

The Mocker is a fictional comic book character by artist Steve Ditko.

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Google previewStrategic Information Management (2014)

Challenges and Strategies in Managing Information Systems by Robert D. Galliers, Dorothy E. Leidner

Mocker is an Assistant Professor in the Decision and Information Sciences department of the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, The Netherlands. R. R. Nelson is a Professor, Director of the Center for the Management ...

Google previewThe Coherence of the Collections in the Book of Proverbs (2007)

by Seenam Kim

Despite the syntactical difficulty, the intent of the saying is clearly to say that a mocker is a possessor of extreme arrogance. The same relationship between presumptuousness and mocking is also found in Ps 119:51, “the presumptuous mock ...

Google previewThe Complete Book for Artists for Israel (1992)

by Dr. Phillip Goble

The mocker is the arrogant and godless libertine with an unteachable, proud spirit and a shameless and unbridled libertine lifestyle. Notice the peculiar word order of £Itt00utog &oegetöw ("the desires/lusts of ungodliness"). This is putting the ...

Google previewYou Can Do It! (2011)

Learning to Manage Life's Difficulties with God's Help by Dottie Pennington Smith

The rebel's schemes are sinful, and the mocker is the scourge (someone to be whipped) of all mankind.” Proverbs 24:8-9 (TLB) The Living Bible neVer passeD thIs waY before November 13 When we travel.

Google previewThe Mockingbird (1995)

by Robin W. Doughty

The mocker is a medleyist, concludes Hartshorne, using snatches of what other birds compose. Enthusiasts would probably disagree; so would William H. Hudson, Argentine-born nature author based in England, who penned what is possibly ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Sciences of Learning (2011)

by Norbert M. Seel

George Spear and Donald Mocker (1984) introduced the notion of SDL as an environmentally determined While Tough contended that self-directed learners have the will and phenomenon. and Guglielmino capacity for carrying out personal ...

Google previewThe Oxford Dictionary of Idioms (2005)

by Judith Siefring

mocker. put the mockers on put an end to; thwart. bring bad luck to. This expression originated as early 20th-century British slang. An Australian variant is put the mocks on. 1966 Lionel DavidsonA Long Way to Shiloh Shimshon and the judo ...

Google previewVines Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words Volume 2

by W.E Vine, Rev Terry Kulakowski, Editor

MOCKER,. MOCKING. A. Verbs. 1. (1⁄2, 1702), a compound of , “to play like a child” (), “to sport, jest,” prefixed by , “in” or “at,” is used only in the Synoptists, and , in every instance, of the “mockery” of Christ, except in Matt. 2:16 (there in the ...

Google previewThe Godzone Dictionary (2006)

Of Favourite New Zealand Words and Phrases by Max Cryer

mocker. An informal expression meaning clothes. The term's origin is mysterious. moko. Maori (1) Traditional body tattooing, usually facial. The patterns are incised into the flesh and permanently coloured. Among pre-20th-century Maori, and ...

Google previewA Dictionary of English Names of Plants (1884)

Applied in England and Among English-speaking People to Cultivated and Wild Plants, Trees, and Shrubs by William Miller

See Meadow-Nut Mocker. See Mocker-nut Monkey. Arachis hypogœa and the seeds of Anacardium Mote. See Nut, Kundoo Mt. Atlas. Corylus algeriensis Oak. See Oak-nuts Nut, Oil. Pyrularia (Hamiltonia) oleifera and Ricinus communis Para, ...

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The mocked may grow up to dignity, but the mocker will never outgrow his juvenile behaviour.
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Scrabble value of M3O1C3K5E1R1

The value of this 6-letter word is 14 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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