Scoff - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |skɔːf|  American pronunciation of the word scoff
Brit.  |skɒf|  British pronunciation of the word scoff


- showing your contempt by derision (syn: jeer, mockery, scoffing)


- laugh at with contempt and derision (syn: barrack, flout, gibe, jeer)
- treat with contemptuous disregard (syn: flout)

Extra examples

People who are out of work cannot afford to scoff at any job.

The pancakes were so good that I scoffed the lot.

The robbers scoffed all the money.

Word forms

I/you/we/they: scoff
he/she/it: scoffs
present participle: scoffing
past tense: scoffed
past participle: scoffed
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