- language or behavior intended to mock or humiliate
- the act of deriding or treating with contempt
- subject to laughter or ridicule;
"The satirists ridiculed the plans for a new opera house"
"The students poked fun at the inexperienced teacher"
"His former students roasted the professor at his 60th birthday"
- To choose such a line of work is to invite ridicule.
- Her conduct subjected her to public ridicule.
- He is the object of ridicule among his classmates.
- His conduct subjected him to public ridicule.
- When the Unbelievers see thee, they treat thee not except with ridicule.
- He had become inured to ridicule.
- It is shallow of you to ridicule abstract art.
- Those who ridicule others will be punished in return.
Adults are often very disrespectful toward children's expression of feeling, showing amusement or ridicule.出自：J. Klein
She bravely bore the ridicule of the male establishment.出自：M. Lane
He ridiculed..the ideals of those who cried for improvement.出自：R. Macaulay
He had seized on the chance to ridicule her in public.出自：M. Seymour
- laugh at嘲笑
- scoff at嘲笑
- make fun of取笑
- poke fun at拿 ... 开玩笑...
- jeer at嘲笑
- minimize将 ... 减到最少...
- sneer at嘲笑
- make fun开玩笑
- ridicule:ridicule n. 嘲笑, 奚落v. 嘲笑, 奚落习惯用语bring into ridicule (=cast [pour] ridicule upon; cover with ridicule;…