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Synonyms for catcall

any of various derisive sounds of disapproval

Words related to catcall

a cry expressing disapproval

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For most 20- year- olds, the pressure to showcase the latest in haute couture -- while being admonished by shrill designers and catcalled by a less- thanappreciative audience -- would prove too great.
In the Deep South, the hate crowd smirked and catcalled when Sidney Poitier wed Joanna Shimkus, a white film ingenue.
However, it took two years at Philadelphia's La Salle College, where he "couldn't walk into the cafeteria without being catcalled," to convince his parents in 1967 to let him go to New York City.
Robredo even cited her experience of being catcalled by no less than President Rodrigo Duterte when the latter publicly admitted ogling at her knees during cabinet meetings last year.
When moderator Edmonde Haddad asked the candidates their views on the crisis, audience members hissed and catcalled, and a woman yelled, ``Talk about the issues