Similiar to just scoff
but able to say "going for scoffs" which means having a quick meal.
to sneer at
i scoffed at the paper that i received a "f" on.
1. to mock someone or otherwise treat them in an offensive manner
The sooner you finish your scoff, the better.
a sarcastic cough
basically to cough and laugh at the same time to a funny situation
weak guy "im gonna beat you up"
tough guy "*scoff* yea sure"
Dinner. Food. Meal.
Are you coming to get some scoff?
to nod one's head in agreement due the superior skills and/or intellect of one's opposer
Zachary scoffed at Jennifer's comment, because he knew deep in his heart that she was indeed the ruler of Catan.
An expression used to covertly express disgust/disrespect/etc of a passing individual to a friend without alerting or offending the target. Origin- The verb "to scoff," which means "to mock or treat with derision."
Upon passing a female with a reputation of promiscuity.