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ridicule (verb), ridicules; ridiculed; ridiculing
1. To laugh at or to make jokes about someone or something in an unkind way: The other kids at school were ridiculing Janet because she was dressed more like a boy than a girl.
2. Etymology: from Latin ridicule, "to laugh, to joke."
To deride or make fun of.
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