Definition of Scoffers

1. Noun. (plural of scoffer) ¹



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Definition of Scoffers

1. scoffer [n] - See also: scoffer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scoffers

scoat
scoated
scoating
scoats
scobberlotcher
scobberlotchers
scobby
scobe
scobes
scobiform
scobs
scoff
scoffed
scoffer
scofferies
scoffers (current term)
scoffery
scoffing
scoffingly
scoffings
scofflaw
scofflaws
scoffs
scog
scogged
scogging
scogs
scoinson
scoinson arch
scoinsons

Literary usage of Scoffers

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1. Sermons by Hugh Blair (1822)
"There shall come in the last days scoffers.—2 PETER, ili. ... Of this character were those scoffers, predicted by the Apostle to arise in the last days; ..."

2. English Prose (1137-1890) by John Matthews Manly (1909)
"If to this you add what Solomon says of scoffers, that they are an abomination to mankind, let him that thinks fit scoff on, and be a Scoffer still; ..."

3. Letters of Certain Jews to Monsieur Voltaire: Containing an Apology for by Antoine Guénée (1848)
"THE following is an extract from an "Address to scoffers," by R. WATSON, DD, FRS, and Regius Professor of Divinity in the University of Cambridge. DR. ..."

4. Lectures on Scepticism: Delivered in Park Street Church, Boston, and in the by Lyman Beecher (1835)
"KNOWING THIS FIRST, THAT THERE SHALL COHE IN THE LAST DAYS scoffers, WA1. ... They were scoffers at God and religion, walking after their own lusts. ..."

5. Lectures on Scepticism: Delivered in Park Street Church, Boston, and in the by Lyman Beecher (1835)
"KNOWING THIS FIRST, THAT THERE SHALL COME IN THE LAST DAYS scoffers, ... They were scoffers at God and religion, walking after their own lusts. ..."

6. A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Book of Proverbs by Crawford Howell Toy (1899)
"scoffers he scoffs at, liut to the pious he shows favor. 35. Wise men obtain honor, liut ignominy is the < portion > of fools. 31. Synonymous, ternary. ..."

7. Southey's Common-place Book by Robert Southey (1850)
"... whether our Service or their Doctrine be the more Antichristian ! "—SANDERSON'S Sermons, vol. 1, p. 189. Advantage given to Irreligious scoffers by the ..."

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