Mock and Pretended


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Mock adjective – Lacking in natural or spontaneous quality.
Usage example: since I had inadvertently learned what I was getting, I opened the present with mock surprise

Pretended is a synonym for mock in imitation topic. In some cases you can use "Pretended" instead an adjective "Mock", when it comes to topics like artificial, false. popular alternative
Nearby Words: mockery, mocking, mocked, mocker, mockingly
Synonyms for Mock


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Pretended adjective – Lacking in natural or spontaneous quality.
Usage example: he shows a pretended affection for his girlfriend's cat

Mock is a synonym for pretended in insincere topic. You can use "Mock" instead the word "Pretended" as an adjective or a verb, if it concerns topics such as alleged. popular alternative
Nearby Words: pretend, pretence, pretension, pretender, pretending
Synonyms for Pretended

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  • Just For Fun / Anaprotestantism However,´as in Docetanism, he was never human and incarnate, and only pretended to be, in order to mock the stupid inferior beings he hoped to abandon as soon as he could and wished never to understand.
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