Humiliate and Mock

Humiliate

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Humiliate verb – To reduce to a lower standing in one's own eyes or in others' eyes.
Mock and humiliate are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Mock" instead a verb "Humiliate".
Nearby Words: humiliation, humiliating
Synonyms for Humiliate

Mock

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Mock verb – To copy or exaggerate (someone or something) in order to make fun of.
Humiliate and mock are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Humiliate" instead a verb "Mock".
Nearby Words: mockery, mocking, mocked, mocker, mockingly
Synonyms for Mock

Common collocations

character humiliate character mock character
man humiliate man mock man
guy humiliate guy mock guy
people humiliate people mock people
Other nouns: style, someone, time, way, characters, victim, intelligence, father, brother, anyone, opponent, son, humans, opponents, enemies, girls.

Both words in one sentence

  • Series / Death in Paradise She proceeds to mock and humiliate him, and the camera repeatedly cuts from her laughing, to the thief laughing, to the goat. Bleating.
  • Video Game / Sabres Of Infinity Disproportionate Retribution: If you humiliate Cazarosta during the mock charge, he attempts to murder you if you participate in the boarding action.
  • Video Game / Sabres Of Infinity If you humiliate Cazarosta during the mock charge, he responds in this way.
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