taunt


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Synonyms for taunt

Synonyms for taunt

to torment with persistent insult or ridicule

an instance of mockery or derision

good-natured teasing

Synonyms for taunt

aggravation by deriding or mocking or criticizing

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PITCH INVASION Motherwell fans rush to taunt Rangers supporters after the 3-0 win
It was a consequence of something," Mourinho said of his taunt.
He stopped going to the lunch room out of fear of taunts and he attempted suicide at age 16.
In court Monday, defense lawyer Emilio Bandiero told Lane County Circuit Judge Maurice Merten that Taunt and Sheldon had been camping together by the river.
Written with needle-sharp intensity, Rendezvous In Majorca is rich with excitement and taunt intensity from cover to cover.
UGLY SCENES: Spain fans taunt the England team in last night's friendly at the Bernabeu
It doesn't surprise me that "Some furry little creatures are born to taunt rattlesnakes.
Bank taunt lost me lbs EMMERDALE star Liam Fox has told how he lost five stone in six months - after being taunted by a boss.
Squirrels that have lost their resistance to venom still taunt snakes.
While some United fans still mock the 1989 Hillsborough disaster, sections of Liverpool's support taunt their rivals about the 1958 Munich air disaster, which claimed the lives of 23 players, staff and journalists.
That type of comment is as bad as using the `n' word,'' Tang said in a phone interview, ``and I don't think people realize how mean-spirited that type of racial taunt is sometimes.
Ms Rees said police came across Ridings three more times that night, when he continued to taunt Pc Webley and eventually asked him for a fight.
The virus includes a taunt against the Microsoft chairman: "Billy Gates why do you make this possible?