jeer[ jeer ]SEE DEFINITION OF jeer
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JEER
It was as if every drop of blood in the wood had found a voice to jeer him with.
We passed four men, and their greeting was maddening in its jeer.
Were these the people, then, who were going to jeer at his picture, provided it were found again?
The girl's defiant attitude only incited the workmen to jeer the more.
Mayhap, then, you'll come on deck and tell these merry men as much, for they do only jeer at me.
The chaps behind might cheer and jeer and cry, “Gee-up, Sarah!”
As we approached the soldiers, they began to jeer at us in a most insolent manner.
But he was not the kind of scarecrow they would have dared to jeer at openly.
If you liked, I could go over to the fountain and begin to jeer at their women folk.
Furneaux did jeer, but it was at his colleague's phenomenal luck.