Synonyms of scoff in English

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scoff1


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verb

1‘she told Jack it was a bad omen, but he scoffed at her superstitions’

SYNONYMS
mock, deride, ridicule, sneer at, be scornful about, treat contemptuously, jeer at, jibe at, make fun of, poke fun at, laugh at, scorn, laugh to scorn, dismiss, pooh-pooh, make light of, belittle
taunt, tease, make a fool of, rag
informal thumb one's nose at, take the mickey out of
Australian, New Zealand informal poke mullock at
British vulgar slang take the piss out of
dated make sport of
rare fleer at, bite one's thumb at, scout at

Synonyms of scoff in English

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scoff2


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verb

1‘I bet he's scoffed all the chips’

SYNONYMS
eat, devour, consume, guzzle, gobble, wolf down, polish off, finish off, gulp down, bolt
informal put away, nosh, get outside of, pack away, demolish, shovel down, stuff, stuff down, stuff one's face with, stuff oneself with, pig oneself on, pig out on, sink, get one's laughing gear round
British informal gollop, shift
Northern Irish informal gorb
North American informal scarf, scarf down, scarf up, snarf, snarf down, snarf up, inhale
rare ingurgitate

noun

1‘ice cream was seen as suitable scoff to keep the under-tens quiet’

SYNONYMS
food, fare, eatables, refreshments
informal grub, nosh, chow, eats, feed
British informal tuck
North American informal chuck
archaic victuals, vittles, meat