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mock vb. (3 is peculiar to S.)
1. to defy, set at nought Mer.V. II. i. 30 “mock the lion when he roars for prey,” Tw.N. III. iv. 228 “mocks reproof,” Mac. II. ii. 7, Ant. III. xi. [xiii.] 184
2. “mock with,” ridicule Sonn. lxxi. 14 “mock you with me after I am gone.”
3. to simulate, make a false pretence of 3H6 III. iii. 255 “For m-ing marriage,” Ant. V. i. 2.
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    • William Shakespeare, Anthony and Cleopatra, 3.11
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    • William Shakespeare, Macbeth, 2.2
    • William Shakespeare, The Merchant of Venice, 2.1
    • William Shakespeare, Sonnets, lxxi
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