Still, Justice Clarence Thomas wrote separately to deride affirmative action from his position of lived experience.
Jerry may deride liberals Zionists as ethnic chauvinists or fantasists enthralled to an illusory peace process.
I am angry with all those in France who jumped at the occasion to deride the American justice system, and America in general.
It is idle to urge that unless we do this, anti-Christians will deride us.
Ye who pray for what God in His infinite mercy has granted, do ye mock and deride Him?
People would pity her, would see her loss, deride her wilful folly.
They fear the world will mock them and deride When they are stripped of all their golden state.
He could ridicule and deride opponents,--he could not suffer pain.
Standing outside, we deride or oppose it, or at the most feel sentimental.
A few objectors called it the "turgotine," partly to mimic Paris and partly to deride a minister who attempted innovations.