barracking barracking


  • (n) shouting to interrupt a speech with which you disagree


  1. He went on manfully, but again and again Labor's uproarious barracking silenced him for painful seconds at a time.
  2. There is surprisingly little booing and barracking from the partisan audience.
  3. There are some barracking good family quarrels and a couple of memorably steamy scenes of decadence.


  • "By playing Friday, we really don't know the rest of the results," Malthouse said. "It's good they (St Kilda fans) have actually started coming to their senses, but they will be barracking for Collingwood this week, so we know that. But do we...
    on Aug 30, 2007 By: Mick Malthouse Source: The Age

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