Found 3 items, similar to ridicule.
English → Indonesian
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English → English
n 1: language or behavior intended to mock or humiliate
2: the act of deriding or treating with contempt [syn: derision
v : 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”
, laugh at
, jest at
, make fun
, poke fun
English → English
, n. [F. ridicule, L. ridiculum a jest, fr.
ridiculus. See Ridiculous
1. An object of sport or laughter; a laughingstock; a
[Marlborough] was so miserably ignorant, that his
deficiencies made him the ridicule of his
To the people . . . but a trifle, to the king but a
2. Remarks concerning a subject or a person designed to
excite laughter with a degree of contempt; wit of that
species which provokes contemptuous laughter;
disparagement by making a person an object of laughter;
banter; -- a term lighter than derision.
We have in great measure restricted the meaning of
ridicule, which would properly extend over whole
region of the ridiculous, -- the laughable, -- and
we have narrowed it so that in common usage it
mostly corresponds to “derision”
, which does
indeed involve personal and offensive feelings.
Safe from the bar, the pulpit, and the throne,
Yet touched and shamed by ridicule alone. --Pope.
3. Quality of being ridiculous; ridiculousness. [Obs.]
To see the ridicule of this practice. --Addison.
Syn: Derision; banter; raillery; burlesque; mockery; irony;
satire; sarcasm; gibe; jeer; sneer; ribbing.
: All four
words imply disapprobation; but ridicule and mockery
may signify either good-natured opposition without
manifest malice, or more maliciously, an attempt to
humiliate. Derision is commonly bitter and scornful,
and sometimes malignant. ribbing
is almost always
good-natured and fun-loving.
, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Ridiculed
;p. pr. &
vb. n. Ridiculing
To laugh at mockingly or disparagingly; to awaken ridicule
toward or respecting.
I 've known the young, who ridiculed his rage.
Syn: To deride; banter; rally; burlesque; mock; satirize;
lampoon. See Deride
, a. [F.]
This action . . . became so ridicule. --Aubrey.