Words and phrases that have a meaning related to ridicule:   (200 results)

Often used in the same context:
derision, scorn, opprobrium, obloquy, denigration, vilification, criticism, humiliation, wrath, ire, embarrassment, insults, mockery, disparagement, belittlement, lampooning, poke fun, castigation, taunts, reproach, jibes, sneers, calumny, approbation, ribbing, disdain, heckling, disapprobation, vituperation, odium, contumely, jeers, gibes, flak, pillorying, adulation, distain, snickers, embarassment, loathing, outrage, adoration, chastisement, reprobation, brickbats, ostracism, slander, hostility, indignation, rebuke, razzing, backlash, teasing, scapegoating, censure, ignominy, vitriol, demonization, pitying, stereotyping, execration, tactlessness, needling, torment, condescension, innuendo, slurs, satirists, scrutiny, parodists, negativity, catcalls, fatuousness, bigots, smirks, bashing, condemnation, notoriety, disgrace, shame, jackassery, jokes, scolding, indignities, disgust, inquisition, disrespect, potshots, guffaws, dishonor, mirth, puerility, admiration, demonizing, backtalk, consternation, asininity, sexist, cliquishness, bigotry, stigmatization, vulgar, amusement, reproof, annoyance, sarcasm, dissatisfaction, dissension, exasperation, raillery, taunt, catholic, henceforth, prejudiced, whilst, amish, beset, deprive, doubtless, hutterite, maladjusted, middleclass, nonchristian, pressured, respect, acculturated, amongst, assimilated, bigoted, christian, concerned

More specific:
befooling, debunk, expose, jeer, jeering, lampoon, mockery, put-down, satirize, scoff, scoffing, squelch, stultification, stultify, takedown

Appears in the definition of:
., blackguard, butt, c. northcote parkinson, cyril northcote parkinson, derisive, exposure, fair game, finespun, gibbet, gibelike, goat, guy, ironist, jeering, jest at, lampoon, laughingstock, laugh at, make fun, mocking, parkinson, pillory, poke fun, prey, quarry, quizzical, rib, ribbing, ridiculer, roast, sarcastic, satiric, satirical, satirise, satirist, satirize, stooge, target, taunting, tease, teasing

More general:
bemock, discourtesy, disrespect, mock

blackguard, derision, guy, jest at, laugh at, make fun, poke fun, rib

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— Adjectives for ridicule: public, much, such, more, general, open, universal, personal, constant, gentle, only, more...

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See ridicule used in context: 43 poetry verses, 42 definitions

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