Jeering means taunting and being derisive.
Reviling, rating, flouting, jeering; cutting up,
The crowd began jeering at the caged murderer as he was brought out for his public execution.They were jeering at the politician.The rival football teams jeered each other.
The word jeering is a verb. It is the present participle of the verb jeer.
Mean is about an experience that Taylor had when she was performing on stage once. There were rude men who were jeering and laughing at her. Thus in her song she says, "All you are is mean, and a liar, and pathetic, and alone in life and mean."
1. To smile or laugh with facial contortions that express scorn or contempt 2. To speak or write in a scornfully jeering manner
The crowd, cheering and jeering, did not see the storm clouds gathering in the distance
the boy jeer for ation
Snearing, jeering, cheering, fearing, leering…
My friend was jeering at me during the basketball game
clearing, shearing, smearing, searing, fearing, leering, jeering.
jogging, jumping, jiggling, jolting, jousting, jeering, jerking, jabbing
did not see
i think its "if you can save people, then save yourself"
If you mean like 'tearing' a piece of paper in half:Bearing, caring, daring, glaring, herring, marrying, pairing, paring, raring, swearing.If you mean like your eyes are 'tearing':Clearing, fearing, gearing, hearing, jeering, leering, nearing, peering, rearing, steering, searing.
Jeering, hearing, sneering, nearing...Leering, nearing, meeting, beating, hearing, fearing.^Peering isn't a word.
Some synonyms for the verb mocking are ridiculing, insulting, jeering, kidding, making fun of , needling, scoffing, sneering, taunting, or teasing.
hearing, fearing, god-fearing, tearing (up), nearing, earing, leering, jeering, sneering, peering,or hearing( like in a court), steering,clearing,
Union victory - through an impulse-charge uphillby the Army of the Cumberland, which had been rescued from starvationby U.S. Grant, and suffered a lot of jeering insults on account of it. This was their answer.
Synonyms of the word joking include kidding, mocking and jeering. The word joking infers a funny or humorous connotation but can also hint towards ridicule and bullying.
Clearing, fearing, gearing, hearing, jeering, leering, nearing, rearing, steering, smearing, tearing (as in getting tears in your eyes), veering. ******** cheering, earring, peering, searing, sheering, spearing
The word Illusion comes from the French illusion via Latin illūsiōn-em meaning mocking, jeering, (in Vulgate) deceit, illusion, noun of action illūdĕre to illude