- language or behavior intended to mock or humiliate
- He is apt to ridicule others.
- He exposed himself to the ridicule of his classmates.
- It is not good to ridicule him in public.
- It's a kinda ridicule unnecessary fibonacci-syllabic-heap.
- It is mean of you to ridicule him in public.
- Recently I've stopped being afraid of "living in shame" and being exposed to "public ridicule".
- If you do that, you're going to subject yourself to ridicule.
- First they pay no attention. Then they ridicule you. Then they fight you. And finally, you win.
- The seventy disciples received the teaching of Confucius in the oral form, for words that satirize, criticize, praise, conceal, suppress, or ridicule cannot appear in writing.
- I sensed with discomfort that the two of them might ridicule me behind my back as a thoughtless, simple-minded satyr.
- Religion is too important a matter to its devotees to be a subject of ridicule. If they indulge in absurdities, they are to be pitied rather than ridiculed.