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    scoff - Dictionary definition and meaning for word scoff

    (noun) showing your contempt by derision
    Synonyms : jeer , jeering , mockery , scoffing
    (verb) laugh at with contempt and derision
    Synonyms : barrack , flout , gibe , jeer
    Example Sentence
    • The crowd jeered at the speaker
    (verb) treat with contemptuous disregard
    Synonyms : flout
    Example Sentence
    • flout the rules
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for scoff

SCOFF rhymes with cough. If someone coughs in the class we MOCK at them.

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scoff= SChool+ OFFice She wore her SChool frock to OFFice=> other ladies mock.. guys jeer and cheer ;)

ITS SOUNDING SIMILAR TO SCARF OF LADIES...and treat it like this as wn girls in school wears scarff evry child laugh on them,

the doctor SCOFFED at Ramdev's treatment of removing COUGH

when a girl covers with a scarf,we mock at her

SCOFF and MOCK are rhyming words which mean, to ridicule or jeer at someone, speak contemptuously.

Scoff <-> Shroff .. Jackie Shroff is ridiculed by critics for his abysmal acting skills.

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