Third-person singular simple present indicative form of razz.(verb)
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Use "razzes" in a sentence
"The person like me who razzes Matt for thinking bipartisanship for the sake of bipartisanship is worth re-scuttling a worthwhile proposal, on which the progressives also got burned already?"
"The libertarians would have us believe that the optimal response was to ignore or ostracize people who did this, but try telling a bunch of Trekkies to ignore someone who razzes them by saying, “Get a Life!”"
"Though promoted as a unique, fun comedy, Elvis & Madona prompted controversial reaction from some members of the gay and lesbian crowd and garnered a few critical razzes as well."