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- verb Present participle of
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- noun a cry or noise made to express displeasure or contempt
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If the "razzing" is not done with the best of intentions, it can add a layer of distress.
A PRIMER ON UNLEARNING CLASSISM Maggie Jochild 2007
Another small, dull crowd had more interest in razzing the players than rooting their teams on.
The "razzing" had started, and Hugh lost his nerve.
The Plastic Age Percy Marks 1923
On our way to work – a wonderful semester long panacea – we apologized sincerely and admitted that razzing each other in classic passive/aggressive mode was no solution for the exhaustion and frustration we both felt.
The Penguins had been razzing Scuderi this week because he had misspoken when talking to a reporter.
However, I hope everybody understands that razzing the more intelligent guys on the other side whether Matt of Glenn is more feel good theatrics than anything else.
I'll have to brush up on my Giants razzing then (nt)
The best part of the show, IMHO, was the split screen of Cutter razzing Rubirosa for having to re-shoot her courthouse arrival
If you thought seeing Conan with a beard was weird, wait until you see Conan with a beard razzing Google VP Vic Gundotra.
She singled out one remarkable shot of Ehrlichman, who would eventually serve 18 months in prison, pointing at and razzing a newspaper headline blaring his involvement in the Watergate break-ins.
Nixon at Home, Kissinger on the Beach Nicolas Rapold 2012