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Synonyms for catcall

any of various derisive sounds of disapproval

Words related to catcall

a cry expressing disapproval

utter catcalls at

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Only two in 10 are women, but their catcalls are as rough and fierce as any.
The group was met with catcalls and some thrown tomatoes at both locales.
It was quite a feeling to be a Wimbledon finalist." Althea didn't let arty of the catcalls and jeering raze her.
Graffiti on walls, letters to papers, hate mail and catcalls may well be a case of "sticks and stones".
His tough speech drew boos and catcalls at the Likud Party convention in Tel Aviv.
It drew catcalls of naivete from some pundits, who alluded to the Russian president's history as a KGB operative, his present backtracking on democracy, and the continued bloodletting in Chechnya.
For five years, we at CE endured the catcalls and epithets from competitors and critics.
In the opening minutes of The Full Monty, a Chippendales-type dancer strips to a very skimpy brief to the catcalls and wolf whistles of screaming female fans.
Physically precocious young girls often must endure stares and nasty catcalls. The problem of early development is particularly prevalent in Puerto Rico, and researchers there have found a possible culprit.
Valter Cristofoletto, sin-binned in the first-half, was given his marching orders in the 62nd minute by Argentine referee Pablo Deluca after he stamped on French back row Abdelatif Benazzi and left to catcalls from the Paris crowd.
Although the idea of taking water bills out of the hands of the Department of Finance has been applauded by some, it is getting catcalls from others.
On the other side, her family, some of them crying, averted their eyes and tried to ignore the hooting and catcalls of the audience.
"Neither would there be anyone staring at us now, nor would there be anyone to make catcalls.
The viral video of a woman getting more than 100 catcalls just by walking on the streets of New York City has been replicated in New Zealand, and the result couldn't be more different.