Associations to the word «Mock»
MOCK, noun. An imitation, usually of lesser quality.
MOCK, noun. Mockery, the act of mocking.
MOCK, noun. A practice exam set by an educating institution to prepare students for an important exam.
MOCK, verb. To mimic, to simulate.
MOCK, verb. To make fun of by mimicking, to taunt.
MOCK, verb. To tantalise, and disappoint (the hopes of).
MOCK, adjective. Imitation, not genuine; fake.
MOCK CREAM, noun. Buttercream
MOCK EXAM, noun. (chiefly UK) an examination where the marks do or do not count, which serves chiefly as practice for future exams or exists so that the teachers are able to set a grade before the end of term.
MOCK EXAMS, noun. Plural of mock exam
MOCK FISH, noun. (cooking) a dish made with grated raw potato, mixed with egg and flour, then fried.
MOCK HEATHER, noun. Ericameria ericoides, a flowering shrub in the daisy family.
MOCK LEAD, noun. (mining) blende
MOCK NIGHTINGALE, noun. A bird, the Eurasian blackcap.
MOCK OBJECT, noun. (programming) (object-oriented) An object that mimics the behavior of a real object in a controlled way.
MOCK OBJECTS, noun. Plural of mock object
MOCK ORANGE, noun. Any shrub of the genus Philadelphus, particularly Philadelphus coronarius.
MOCK ORANGE, noun. Bursaria spinosa (Australian blackthorn), a small tree from Australia.
MOCK ORANGE, noun. Choisya ternata (Mexican orange), an aromatic shrub native to North America.
MOCK ORANGE, noun. Maclura pomifera (osage-orange), a small tree from North America.
MOCK ORANGE, noun. Murraya paniculata (orange jessamine), a small tree ranging from East Asia to Australasia.
MOCK ORANGE, noun. Pittosporum undulatum (sweet pittosporum), a small tree native to Australia.
MOCK ORANGES, noun. Plural of mock orange
MOCK STRAWBERRIES, noun. Plural of mock strawberry
MOCK STRAWBERRY, noun. A plant, Potentilla indica, that produces a fruit resembling a strawberry.
MOCK STRAWBERRY, noun. The edible fruit of this plant.
MOCK SUN, noun. A parhelion
MOCK TRUMPET, noun. A single-reed woodwind instrument of the seventeenth century.
MOCK TURTLE SOUP, noun. A cheaper imitation of turtle soup, often made from brains and organ meats such as calf's head or calf's foot.
MOCK UP, verb. To create a model or demonstration; to create a preliminary version or sample.
MOCK, noun. The act of mocking or ridiculing; "they made a mock of him".
MOCK, verb. Treat with contempt; "The new constitution mocks all democratic principles".
MOCK, verb. Imitate with mockery and derision; "The children mocked their handicapped classmate".
MOCK, adjective. Constituting a copy or imitation of something; "boys in mock battle".
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