verb (used with object), derided, deriding.
1. to laugh at in scorn or contempt; scoff or jeer at; mock.
taunt, flout, gibe, banter, rally.
Origin: 1520-30; < Latin deridere to mock, equivalent to de- de- + ridere to laugh
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