- n shouting to interrupt a speech with which you disagree
- v lodge in barracks
- v spur on or encourage especially by cheers and shouts
- v laugh at with contempt and derision
- Infuriated, Rowan sat down on the "pitch" (the ground between the two wickets), and signaled his batting partner to do the same until the "barracking" died down.
- When she was treated to what she called "barracking" by "two gaily dressed chaps," Rachel jumped from the stage, pulled the hair of one man, slapped the other and demanded they .
- In a tired voice that at times was barely audible above Labor's barracking, he spoke for nearly an hour, dusted off half a dozen Macminimal economic palliatives that had first .
- Mick Malthouse in The Age
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...