Definition of the noun mocker
What does mocker mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: mockers
- someone who jeers or mocks or treats something with contempt or calls out in derision
- long-tailed grey-and-white songbird of the southern United States able to mimic songs of other birds
Alternative definition of the noun mocker
- a person who mocks
- a mocking bird
The Mocker is a fictional comic book character by artist Steve Ditko.
- created by Steve Ditko
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Everybody's Magazine (1901)
If a " range " should include the winding of a small stream, so much the better, for the mocker is a great lover of water, and yet, so strict are the unspoken rules and regulations, that a less fortunate bird will often forego for some time this ...
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 ...
(Explanation of Quarter-sheet 110 N.W., New Series, Sheet 1) by William Gunn
Mocker is a carbonaceous shale. The above section gives the only authentic account we can find of the Wester Coal in this area, and of its distance below the Cooper Eye Seam. It is the lowest coal of the series that has been worked, and so ...
A well-trained mocker is a wonder, though at times it may become an annoyance from its endless vivacity. The natural food of the mocking bird consists of insects, fruit and berries, and a few insects or meal worms should be added to its daily ...
by Frederic Richard Lees, James Dawson Burns
The verdict of-Solomon, latz hay-yayin, ' a mocker is the wine,' and the confirmatory verdict of Habakkuk, hay-yayin bogad, ' the wine is a defrauder,' affix for ever upon the wine that intoxicates, a stigma which no colours of social flattery can ...
by Phillip E. 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 ...
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 ...
The 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 ...
Finnish-English dictionary (1916)
by Karl Vilhelm Arminen, Eetu Aaltio
mocker, scoffer, derider, ironist, -kuva s. caricature, burlesque, parody, -stelen itr. make faces, grin, sneer. -stelljtt s. grln- ner, mocker. -tely s. grin , sneer. -stan itr. grin, sneer. -sulnen a. grinning, sneering, mocking. lslltaperltty a.
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Nothern Mockingbird looking for food
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Quotes about mocker
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.
Anagrams of MOCKER
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- ROCK ME
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