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jeer

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jeer

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to be compatible or in correspondence

Synonyms for jibe

an aggressive remark directed at a person like a missile and intended to have a telling effect

shift from one side of the ship to the other

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The English comic ruffled feathers at past shows with controversial gibes aimed at Hollywood's elite, but he seemed to tone down his jokes for the 69th Globes ceremony.
The victim, who wishes to remain anonymous, said that it was not the game that offended him, but the anti-Semitic gibes that went with it.
If the gibes wind Woods up, it could undermine morale.
Zoe Renault, the lady who is complaining, said in an interview with Le Parisien that she could not bear to be associated with a car for the rest of her life and all the inevitable sarcastic gibes.
The new power plant, which is a continuation of Gibe I uses water from Gibe I to the Omo river to exploit the large altitude difference between the two Gibes.
Youngsters at the club cheered the Royal who, Sir Trevor said, took the gibes in his stride.
Youngsters at the club cheered the Royal who supports Aston Villa, and Sir Trevor said he took the good natured gibes in his stride.
personal gibes and cheap laughs can within the right context, provide thought provoking analysis of political issues; one need only peruse Private Eye to understand this.
Honorary bridesmaids were Elizabeth Cohron, Lacy Crumrine, Sarah Jay Ellis, Bryna Gibes, Raney Grantham, Corbett Hinkle, Katherine Kimmel, Alison Reed, Jennifer Southall, and Ana Reed Walker.
COMMENT: This is a thoroughly enjoyable event with Bob totally in charge as he wanders round the large venue carrying his microphone menacingly to every corner but then softens the menace with gentle gibes.
He endures the satiric gibes of a classmate and the tedious conversation of a man who has an idea for a book, and he hears without fully understanding it and certainly without applying it to himself the story of another classmate unable to believe in his fortunate life who retreats to a hospital.
After seven seasons of listening to the same old anti-UCD gibes what better way to silence the doubters than with a final day flourish against Longford Town?
Now in their senior year of high school, the three gay youths we first met in Rainbow Boys are struggling with new issues, Wisecracking, impulsive Nelson, who is "out and outrageous," is being tested for HIV and is dating an HIV-positive guy, to his mother's dismay, Shy Kyle is seeing Jason, and he worries that being accepted to Princeton will mean the end of their relationship; he also must cope with the anti-gay gibes of his fellow swim team members.
Stephens' online division also acknowledged recurring problems, which Al Gibes, executive director of Stephens Media Interactive in Las Vegas, called "the hazard of popularity.