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Definition of "jeered" []

  • To laugh or scoff (at a person or thing); mock (verb)
  • A remark or cry of derision; gibe; taunt (noun)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of jeer. (verb)

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Use "jeered" in a sentence
  • "The G.O.P. chairman, Michael Steele, and enforcers of Republican political correctness like William Kristol and the blogger Michele Malkin jeered Specter and cheered his departure."
  • "On a serious note, Insty approvingly linked to video of Specter being "jeered" a day or two ago: link."
  • "Now as to your death threat angle, even it you're right and I have my doubts - the term "jeered" doesn't seem to connote any physical threat or death wish, there's still a huge disconnect between bratty kids shouting threats and having them mauled by bears."