He was loosed from the triangles, and tied to a neighbouring stake, after the mummery of a five minutes' court-martial.
But your hypocrisy and your mummery shall serve you to little purpose.
But he knew very well how it was: it was a miserable piece of mummery that was played only in spite of him.
It was all humbug––all this mummery about intuitions and unerring perception and inscrutability.
One thing only was wanting, as a Jacobin bitterly remarked—the million of men who were slain to end all that mummery.
These latter had, each of them, some mummery peculiar to himself.
His religion is a mummery, and his Gospel-walkings nothing but dancing a masquerade.
For the rest, if this mummery humbles Lord Warwick, gramercy!
This mummery, this altar toy, destined for some Papist mission-house, has lain all these years in the brackish Sound.
What an exhibition of mummery it was in that time-begrimed temple!