mock

Mock vs Provoke - What's the difference?

mock | provoke |


As verbs the difference between mock and provoke

is that mock is to mimic, to simulate while provoke is to cause someone to become annoyed or angry.

As a noun mock

is an imitation, usually of lesser quality.

As an adjective mock

is imitation, not genuine; fake.

Gloat vs Mock - What's the difference?

gloat | mock |


As verbs the difference between gloat and mock

is that gloat is to exhibit a conspicuous sense of self-satisfaction, often at an adversary's misfortune while mock is to mimic, to simulate.

As nouns the difference between gloat and mock

is that gloat is an act or instance of gloating while mock is an imitation, usually of lesser quality.

As an adjective mock is

imitation, not genuine; fake.

Mock vs Frustrate - What's the difference?

mock | frustrate | Related terms |

Mock is a related term of frustrate.


As verbs the difference between mock and frustrate

is that mock is to mimic, to simulate while frustrate is to disappoint or defeat; to vex by depriving of something expected or desired.

As adjectives the difference between mock and frustrate

is that mock is imitation, not genuine; fake while frustrate is vain; ineffectual; useless; nugatory.

As a noun mock

is an imitation, usually of lesser quality.

Mock vs Baffle - What's the difference?

mock | baffle | Related terms |

Mock is a related term of baffle.


As nouns the difference between mock and baffle

is that mock is an imitation, usually of lesser quality while baffle is a device used to dampen the effects of such things as sound, light, or fluid specifically, a baffle is a surface which is placed inside an open area to inhibit direct motion from one part to another, without preventing motion altogether.

As verbs the difference between mock and baffle

is that mock is to mimic, to simulate while baffle is (obsolete) to publicly disgrace, especially of a recreant knight.

As an adjective mock

is imitation, not genuine; fake.

Mock vs False - What's the difference?

mock | false |


As adjectives the difference between mock and false

is that mock is imitation, not genuine; fake while false is (label) one of two states of a boolean variable; logic.

As a noun mock

is an imitation, usually of lesser quality.

As a verb mock

is to mimic, to simulate.

Mock vs Mess - What's the difference?

mock | mess |


As nouns the difference between mock and mess

is that mock is an imitation, usually of lesser quality while mess is (obsolete) mass; church service or mess can be a disagreeable mixture or confusion of things; hence, a situation resulting from blundering or from misunderstanding; a disorder.

As verbs the difference between mock and mess

is that mock is to mimic, to simulate while mess is (label) to take meals with a mess or mess can be (label) to make a mess of.

As an adjective mock

is imitation, not genuine; fake.

Stub vs Mock - What's the difference?

stub | mock |


As nouns the difference between stub and mock

is that stub is something blunted, stunted, or cut short, such as stubble or a stump while mock is an imitation, usually of lesser quality.

As verbs the difference between stub and mock

is that stub is to remove most of a tree, bush, or other rooted plant by cutting it close to the ground while mock is to mimic, to simulate.

As an adjective mock is

imitation, not genuine; fake.

Flee vs Mock - What's the difference?

flee | mock | Related terms |

Flee is a related term of mock.


As verbs the difference between flee and mock

is that flee is (label) to run away; to escape while mock is to mimic, to simulate.

As a noun mock is

an imitation, usually of lesser quality.

As an adjective mock is

imitation, not genuine; fake.

Avoid vs Mock - What's the difference?

avoid | mock | Related terms |

Avoid is a related term of mock.


As verbs the difference between avoid and mock

is that avoid is to keep away from; to keep clear of; to endeavor not to meet; to shun; to abstain from while mock is to mimic, to simulate.

As a noun mock is

an imitation, usually of lesser quality.

As an adjective mock is

imitation, not genuine; fake.

Mock vs S - What's the difference?

mock | s |


As a noun mock

is an imitation, usually of lesser quality.

As a verb mock

is to mimic, to simulate.

As an adjective mock

is imitation, not genuine; fake.

As a letter s is

the letter s with a.

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