catcall

[ kat-kawl ]SEE DEFINITION OF catcall

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CATCALL

He found that antiquaries were much divided in opinion as to the origin of the catcall.

The essayist, however, is disposed to hold that the catcall is originally a piece of English music.

The conveyance of a catcall to the theatre evidences a predisposition to uproarious censure.

The soldier, addressed put a finger to the sound side of his mouth and uttered a catcall.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CATCALL

hissed

verbmake buzzing sound; ridicule
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