taunting[ tawnt, tahnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF taunting
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TAUNTING
Only two days since he had heard the taunting “Dance, freshy!”
But the boys only laughed, and began again the taunting song.
Scott, now taunting Levake openly, stepped directly in front of him.
And mock'd, with taunting scorn, the tearsThat bathed a father's cheek.
The taunting words "spare your country's flag" have struck home.
He would seem to them to be taunting them, and, in truth, he was.
Then he exulted, taunting them, not in words, but with his thoughts.
The taunting voice was always in the boss's ears, goading him to blind fury.
Then she took to taunting Heliet with her lameness, but Heliet kept her temper.
It seemed as though he were taunting the Solar Guard with his exploits.