Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Robert bore his heckling, however, with great patience and adroitness.

It would be worth going to hear her heckling that beast on votes for women.

It was my first experience of heckling, and for the moment I was taken aback.

There was no "heckling," no inquisition, nothing but kindness.

The Council went on heckling Sonier and he resigned and went to Lausanne.

Now Europe was heckling him; the settling of accounts was near.

But even before Erich had danced on the bomb, he'd been heckling Bruce from the crowd.

But heckling, as it is called, is a science little understood.

It was also—for Nan was something of a bully—the heckling of Gerda.

She had tried to make him ridiculous before people, heckling him and staring at him with her rabbit's eyes.