abusing vocally; expressing contempt or ridicule; "derisive laughter"; "a jeering crowd"; "her mocking smile"; "taunting shouts of `coward' and `sissy'"
(derisively) in a disrespectful and mocking manner; "`Sorry,' she repeated derisively"
(derision) contemptuous laughter
(derision) the act of deriding or treating with contempt
Pejoratives (or terms of abuse) are words or grammatical forms which denote a negative affect; that is, they express the contempt or distaste of the speaker. Sometimes a term may begin as a pejorative word and eventually be adopted in a non-pejorative sense. ...
Expressing or characterized by derision; mocking; ridiculing; Deserving or provoking derision or ridicule
(derision) the use of ridicule or scorn to show contempt
(Derision) non-traditional praise
(derision) To deride someone is to make fun of that person. The sound of voices of derision would be the sound of people making fun of, or laughing at, another.
Derision is a noun and it means a deep form of mockery and ridicule. A very deep one mind it! When you just simper at someone it is not derision. Derision is extreme form of humiliation. ...