gibingly vs mockingly what difference

what is difference between gibingly and mockingly

English

Etymology

gibing +‎ -ly

Adverb

gibingly (comparative more gibingly, superlative most gibingly)

  1. With gibes; scornfully.
    • c. 1607, William Shakespeare, Coriolanus, Act II, Scene 3,[1]
      [] but your loves,
      Thinking upon his services, took from you
      The apprehension of his present portance,
      Which most gibingly, ungravely, he did fashion
      After the inveterate hate he bears you.
    • 1904, Rafael Sabatini, The Tavern Knight, Chapter 25,[2]
      “You little fool!” he said half-angrily, half-gibingly; and thereafter they rode in silence – she too mortified with shame and anger to venture upon words.



English

Etymology

mocking +‎ -ly

Adverb

mockingly (comparative more mockingly, superlative most mockingly)

  1. Said, written, or done with the intent to mock, or ridicule; with mocking effect.

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