The nine-month-old Norfolk Black and Blue scoffs at
anyone who feels sorry for him being the only one of a flock of 50 left unsold at a pick-your-own farm.
Hua Zhuang conceived the character as a tall, lanky hedonist who mercilessly taunts Tybalt (danced beautifully by Michael Bearden), while Jeff Herbig's hyperactive, annoying Mercutio scoffs at
Tybalt even as he dies.
Rivera scoffs at
the idea of Broadway musicals--and thus her career--without the input of gay people.
He hears a lot of wild conspiracy theories about chemtrails, aliens, and government cover-ups, but scoffs at
Randolph scoffs at
her firmly convinced Daisy murdered his relative.
Totally disillusioned with the Church, she challenges papal infallibility, scoffs at
the hierarchy, and promotes modem ideas, such as destructuring the Church by giving more power and "personal moral choice" to the laity.
Smith scoffs at
the naturalism expressed by Carl Sagan in his PBS series Cosmos.
Praeger scoffs at
using heart-damaging hydrogenated oils.
McGie scoffs at
the MNR hiring a consultant to tell the minister something she already told him.
Jade scoffs at
the idea of being the perfect housewife and fights a constant battle between motherhood and her careen Her sharp tongue gets everyone's blood boiling.
The baker scoffs at
her request, and as a cruel joke, weighs the weight of one mass--as written on a tiny corner of paper--against the bread to be offered.