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1 They seem to draw down ridicule on us.
2 Silly mistakes often arouse ridicule.
3 She was treated with scorn and ridicule by her colleagues when she applied for the job.
4 The government's proposals were held up to ridicule by opposition ministers.
5 A faintly comic figure, he fears ridicule above all else.
6 The prime minister was becoming an object of ridicule.
7 His ideas were held up to ridicule.
8 Her foolish actions exposed her to ridicule.
9 She doesn't ridicule my timidity.
10 The fear of ridicule is a very effective sanction.
11 They seek to draw down ridicule on me.
12 You mustn't ridicule unfortunate people.
13 He is exposed to the ridicule of the public.
14 She feared becoming an object of ridicule.
15 Her plans were held up to ridicule.
16 Such a statement could lay her open to ridicule.
17 By doing that,[www.Sentencedict.com] he laid himself open to ridicule.
18 She is an object of ridicule in the tabloid newspapers.
19 He became an object of ridicule among the other workers.
20 He had become an object of ridicule among the other teachers.
21 You lay yourself open to ridicule wearing clothes like that.
22 His ridicule chafed her.
23 Words have a magical power. They can bring either the greatest happiness or deepestdespair; can transferknowledge from teacher to students words enable the orator to sway his audience and dictate its decisions .Words are capable of arousingthe strongest emotions and prompting all man's actions , Do not ridicule the use of words in psychotherapy.
24 The gutter press has held the royals up to ridicule.
25 I admired her all the more for allowing them to ridicule her and never striking back.
26 The women's medical school opened in 1874, to the accompaniment of much ridicule of "lady doctors".
27 Their theories were badly thought out and very vulnerable to ridicule.
28 The government has left itself open to mockery and ridicule.
29 As a heavy child, she became the object of ridicule from classmates.
30 We tried not to seem critical or judgmental while giving advice that would protect him from ridicule.
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