mock

Mock vs Control - What's the difference?

mock | control |


As nouns the difference between mock and control

is that mock is an imitation, usually of lesser quality while control is (countable|uncountable) influence or authority over.

As verbs the difference between mock and control

is that mock is to mimic, to simulate while control is to exercise influence over; to suggest or dictate the behavior of.

As an adjective mock

is imitation, not genuine; fake.

Slap vs Mock - What's the difference?

slap | mock |


As nouns the difference between slap and mock

is that slap is a blow, especially one given with the open hand, or with something broad and flat while mock is an imitation, usually of lesser quality.

As verbs the difference between slap and mock

is that slap is to give a slap while mock is to mimic, to simulate.

As an adverb slap

is exactly, precisely.

As an adjective mock is

imitation, not genuine; fake.

Devalue vs Mock - What's the difference?

devalue | mock |


As verbs the difference between devalue and mock

is that devalue is 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.

Contempt vs Mock - What's the difference?

contempt | mock |


As nouns the difference between contempt and mock

is that contempt is (uncountable) the state of contemning; the feeling or attitude of regarding someone or something as inferior, base, or worthless; scorn, disdain while 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.

Pretend vs Mock - What's the difference?

pretend | mock |


As verbs the difference between pretend and mock

is that pretend is 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 Smirk - What's the difference?

mock | smirk |


As nouns the difference between mock and smirk

is that mock is an imitation, usually of lesser quality while smirk is an uneven, often crooked smile that is insolent, self-satisfied or scornful.

As verbs the difference between mock and smirk

is that mock is to mimic, to simulate while smirk is to smile in a way that is affected, smug, insolent or contemptuous.

As adjectives the difference between mock and smirk

is that mock is imitation, not genuine; fake while smirk is (obsolete) smart; spruce; affected; simpering.

Mock vs Artificial - What's the difference?

mock | artificial |


As adjectives the difference between mock and artificial

is that mock is imitation, not genuine; fake while artificial is man-made; of artifice.

As a noun mock

is an imitation, usually of lesser quality.

As a verb mock

is to mimic, to simulate.

Defile vs Mock - What's the difference?

defile | mock |


As nouns the difference between defile and mock

is that defile is fashion show while 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.

Irony vs Mock - What's the difference?

irony | mock |


As nouns the difference between irony and mock

is that irony is a statement that, when taken in context, may actually mean something different from, or the opposite of, what is written literally; the use of words expressing something other than their literal intention, often in a humorous context while mock is an imitation, usually of lesser quality.

As adjectives the difference between irony and mock

is that irony is of or pertaining to the metal iron while mock is imitation, not genuine; fake.

As a verb mock is

to mimic, to simulate.

Mock vs Jibe - What's the difference?

mock | jibe |


As nouns the difference between mock and jibe

is that mock is an imitation, usually of lesser quality while jibe is (nautical) a manoeuver in which the stern of a sailing boat or ship crosses the wind, typically resulting in the sudden sweep of the boom from one side of the sailboat to the other or jibe can be a facetious or insulting remark, a jeer or taunt.

As verbs the difference between mock and jibe

is that mock is to mimic, to simulate while jibe is (nautical) to perform a jibe or jibe can be to agree.

As an adjective mock

is imitation, not genuine; fake.

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