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  • The tone of the writer is that of person who can but scoff at current fashion.

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  • Die-hard fans will scoff at this option, but it means that everyone can now play a rousing game of American football.

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  • Before you scoff at the idea of pancakes in a can, carefully consider the hassle it can be making pancakes in the morning.

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  • But regardless of appearances, your interviewer may take one look at your black leather Jack Georges garnish, and scoff silently behind his desk.

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  • She can summon powerful creatures and this is nothing to scoff at, despite her size and stature.

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  • Most of us scoff at the notion of a man becoming pregnant, but for people like Thomas Beatie, the reality of a pregnancy is a dream come true.

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  • There are certainly people who emphatically believe that true clairvoyants do exist, and of course, there are skeptics who scoff at the notion.

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  • Teenagers typically scoff at grandiose themes, but subtle organization and coordination can create a distinct theme that no teen will sneer at.

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  • scoff all they want to, but you now know.

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  • Do n't scoff at the back, it's true.

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  • Julep purists will likely scoff at the thought of a ready-made cocktail, but when a single cocktail is in such great and immediate demand, Derby officials have to do what they can to keep everyone happy.

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  • scoff at the notion of research within the last century being true genealogy.

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  • For this reason, hip hop purists sometimes scoff at the idea of studio-taught street dance.

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  • The whole tone of the writer is that of a laudator temporis acti, who can but scoff at all that has come into fashion in his own day.

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  • Many average pet owners still scoff at the idea of sweatering up their cat for the winter.

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  • scoff huge greasy breakfasts washed down with gigantic mugs of sweet tea.

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  • "You won't last beyond my first punch," came the scoff.

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  • The weather is regarded as the very nadir and scoff of conversational topics.

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  • Let us not scoff at the idea of more than one eternal body, even a series of bodies.

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  • scoff a banana.

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  • scoff, from root of scufan, to shove, push, cf.

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  • There are those who would scoff at the notion of research within the last century being true genealogy.

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  • Some conventional scientists and doctors scoff at the notion of enzymes and health.

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  • scoff down mayonnaise, take a deep breath of sea air or light candles yet all of these things produce free nanoparticles.

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  • We happily scoff down mayonnaise, take a deep breath of sea air or light candles yet all of these things produce free nanoparticles.

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  • I decided that this was a good time to delve into my bum bag and scoff a banana.

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  • Don't scoff at the idea of workout DVDs for arms.

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  • SWITCH ON AND SCOFF 27 June 2006 TOO much TV footie making you fat?

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  • I had to sit and watch all these guys scoff huge greasy breakfasts washed down with gigantic mugs of sweet tea.

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  • Let the skeptics scoff all they want to, but you now know.

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  • Do n't scoff at the back, it 's true.

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