Common misspellings for ridicules:
- rediculas (26%)
- ridiculas (23%)
- redicules (13%)
- rediculess (6%)
- rediculis (4%)
Examples of usage for ridicules:
He ridicules the idea of a writer who thought " the system of piecework marked an epoch in the history of the working man, because it stood halfway between the position of a mere wage labourer depending on the will of the capitalist and the position of the co- operative artisan who in the not distant future promises to combine the artisan and the capitalist in his own person." "Contemporary Socialism" , John Rae.
Marx ridicules the theory of these fluctuations given by political economists, that high wages lead to their own fall by encouraging marriages, and so in the end increasing the supply of labour, and that low wages lead to their own rise by discouraging marriages and reducing the supply of labour. "Contemporary Socialism" , John Rae.