derisible


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derisible

(dɪˈrɪzɪbəl)
adj
subject to or deserving of derision; ridiculous
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To weak, derisible people, anyone who is more visible, vocal and accomplished is a threat.
A report issued earlier this year by the Education Trust, a national nonprofit organization that advocates for academic success, demonstrated that the derisible national data aren't uniform across the nation's colleges and universities.
Gross, who is currently marketing the 11th floor of 90 Franklin Street in Tribeca for $14.5 million, enjoys hosting themed parties when showing off a unique and derisible home.