jeering jeering /ˈdʒi rɪŋ/
- (n) showing your contempt by derision
- (adj) abusing vocally; expressing contempt or ridicule
- With the help of White House speechwriters Pat Buchanan and William Safire, Agnew developed a distinctive, jeering speech style that mixed some heavy fun into the contempt.
- When he left the auditorium, a jeering flock of pickets swarmed around him.
- Soon the legislators were on their feet, shouting, jeering, laughing.
- LeBron James is the most questioned NBA champion ever. The snickers and jeering reached critical mass after he struggled through the Heat’s loss to the Spurs in Game 3 of the NBA Finals.on June 14, 2013 Source: NBC NEWS
- LeBron James is the most questioned NBA champion ever. The snickers and jeering reached critical mass after he struggled through the Heat’s loss to the Spurs in Game 3 of the NBA Finals. Can he elevate his game on the biggest stage? Is he afraid of the moment? Why does he crumble under pressure? It…on June 14, 2013 Source: NBC Sports: ProBasketballTalk
- Brazilian soccer great Pele asked his countrymen today to stop jeering the national team a year before the country hosts the World Cup.on June 12, 2013 Source: Bloomberg
- "This type of jeering from professional sports figures at the sight of two men kissing fuels the kind of anti-gay bullying that haunts countless gay and lesbian schoolchildren on playgrounds across the country," Joe Solmonese, the president of...on Feb 16, 2007 By: Joe Solmonese Source: New York Times
- "I held his shirt for a few seconds only, then he turned to me and talked to me, jeering," said Materazzi. "He looked at me with a huge arrogance and said, 'If you really want my shirt I'll give it to you afterwards'. I replied with an...on Jul 11, 2006 By: Marco Materazzi Source: guardian.co.uk
- "The reaction was inexcusable," Doll said. "We'll sit down with him in the next few days and analyse the situation. But when a player faces jeering from all 50,000 spectators, then it hurts, especially because he's an African. It's a...on Dec 7, 2006 By: Thomas Doll Source: Guardian Unlimited