- n a cry or noise made to express displeasure or contempt
- v harass with persistent criticism or carping
- For a few weeks this spring, the bleacher jockeys even got a kick out of razzing Rookie Wally Moon in the outfield.
- Accustomed for generations to razzing the Army on its personnel, the Navy wondered tremblingly what propeller-gnawing admirals, who knew little of woomance, debutramps and swingy .
- By profession, writer of institutional advertising for Macy's department store, light-verse writer on the side, she is liveliest in razzing those dexterous dopes who figure with .
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- Bruins believe chemistry plays a role in playoff success
When forward Gregory Campbell returned to the Boston Bruins dressing room earlier this week hobbled by his famous broken leg, teammate Shawn Thornton welcomed him back by razzing him about his white pants.
June 19, 2013 - The News Journal
- Bruce Bochy in Washington Post
They're excited for Timmy,manager Bruce Bochy said. "He's getting recognized, as he should. I'm sure he's taking some razzing."
- Ray Tanner in Baseball America
And his teammates were razzing him the entire time,Tanner said. "Here's a guy that's struggling to pick up a baseball and all they're doing is getting on him every inning, and he started laughing. It's a different way to do it. But I know...
- Zac Efron in The List
Zac, 21, said: "I assure you I showered this morning - minutes before I got here. And I do it every day. Sometimes twice. So, that's kind of funny. But my dad was kind of like razzing me for it. I can't help but laugh!"