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


I could not bear to be taunted with all the remembrances of the past.

"Got you that time, Earth dog," the invisible Mercutian taunted.

When she did come round a bit, she taunted me that I had sold my clothes for drink.

"You taunted me with being a woman," she said through a fresh burst of tears.

He didn't forget that either, for he seems to have taunted her with her poverty.

They were taunted in the most vulgar, low, indecent language.

On the least occasion and even on no occasions at all she was scolded, or else taunted with her dependence.

“I know you tried to kill my cousin,” she said hotly, after he had taunted her once more.

This was the first time she had ever taunted her so openly of it.

He taunted the minister with governing the country without a party.