Taunt is a verb (to taunt someone) and a noun (a taunt).
A taunt is a battle cry
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A sentence with chaotic in it would be: The classroom was chaotic. A sentence has chaotic in it. What does chaotic mean?
I can taunt you (like I am now).
an taunt mean tight
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Luigi's up taunt
Derek Taunt was born in 1917.
Derek Taunt died in 2004.
Hobo's Taunt was created in 1977.
In the example sentence, the word 'taunt' is a noun, subject of the sentence.The word 'taunt' is both a verb and a noun.
The taunt rang across the schoolyard. The taunt was the ugliest phrase he could think of and shocked the room.
Here are three examples:The town was chaotic.Why is it so chaotic in here?Your room is chaotic!
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The word taunt is both a verb (taunt, taunts, taunting, taunted) and a noun (taunt, taunts).The verb to taunt is to provoke or challenge in a mocking or insulting manner; to jeer at.The noun taunt is a word for a remark made in order to anger, wound, or provoke someone.The adjective form is taunting. The adverb form is tauntingly.
on chaotic cards
The riot was chaotic.
Hold the the directional button down to taunt
To taunt, you have to stand still and press the Xbutton.
I will now taunt you by not answering this question properly.
Henry Taunt died on 1922-11-04.
Henry Taunt was born on 1842-05-14.