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Correct spelling:
Ridiculed
Definition:

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Synonyms:
ridiculed (verb)
quipped, gibed, burlesqued, derided, caricatured, jeered, roasted, mimicked, deprecated, razzed, ragged, ridden, joked, sneered, rode, scoffed, denigrated, jested, taunted, insulted, humiliated, mocked, kidded.
protested (verb)
lamented, denigrated, deprecated, protested, detracted, grouched, disparaged, objected, deplored, complained.
shamed (verb)
shown up, ostracized, humiliated, pilloried, disgraced, showed up, dishonored, discomfited, stigmatized, debunked, vilified, maligned, shamed, scandalized, mocked, exposed.
Common misspellings:
  1. rediculed (26%)
  2. riduculed (13%)
  3. riticuled (11%)
  4. riddiculed (8%)
  5. ridculed (8%)
  6. riducled (5%)
  7. rediculled (4%)
  8. ridaculed (4%)
  9. riducaled (3%)
  10. reidiculed (3%)
  11. ridicled (3%)
  12. ridicueled (3%)
  13. ridiculled (3%)
  14. rideculed (3%)
  15. redicule (3%)
  16. torchered (1%)
  17. ridacule (1%)
Examples of usage:
  1. Of this person was better aware than Defoe himself, and it is a curious circumstance that, in his first pamphlet on the bill for putting down occasional conformity, he ridiculed the idea of its being persecution to suppress politic or state Dissenters, and maintained that the bill did not concern true Dissenters at all.
    - no - "Daniel Defoe", William Minto.
  2. True; but until this tendency can be proved to possess some inherent advantage, there is not a shadow of reason why Americans should be reproached or ridiculed for obeying their own tendency rather than ours.
    - no - "Daniel Defoe", William Minto. - "America To-day, Observations and Reflections", William Archer.
  3. Having satisfied myself of their truth, it would be moral cowardice to withhold my testimony because my previous publications were ridiculed by critics and others.
    - no - "Daniel Defoe", William Minto. - "America To-day, Observations and Reflections", William Archer. - "The Fairy-Faith in Celtic Countries", W. Y. Evans Wentz.
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