Help please with the right meaning of verb MOCK . In my sentence i have to write about bullying at school that a boy taking away cellphone from another boy and mocking his social media. But i'm afraid that the phrase "mocking his social media" sounds unnatural. I need exactly the word mock/mocking to show humiliation of schoolboy. Phrase "laugh at" doesn't work. Thank you!
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