- v. Simple past tense and past participle of taunt.
“McCain taunted Obama about his limited travels overseas, and now that Obama is rectifying that, McCain is trying to suppress coverage – and succeeding.”
“Second baseman Akinori Iwamura made two errors that led to unearned runs, and a frustrated Longoria — again taunted by chants of E-va!”
“Second baseman Akinori Iwamura made two errors that led to unearned runs, and a frustrated Longoria - again taunted by chants of '' E-va!”
“When we were kids, if some bully called taunted us with an ugly name, we simply broke into a chorus of song.”
“On Wednesday, quarterback Ben Roethlisberger said a Falcons defensive player he wouldn't name taunted him about his surgically repaired face before sacking him - the play in which the Super Bowl-winning quarterback received a concussion.”
“She said the stalker had set up a false twitter account in her name and taunted her over the death of her father from lung cancer when she was teenager.”
“After reporting fights and public drunkenness near her home on the 300 block, Chayra said some of the people involved in those calls taunted her with jeers of "snitch" as she walked through the neighborhood.”
“Throughout the fall, the Facebook profile set up in D.C.'s name taunted students: "At least I don't take pics of myself in the mirror like a homosexual midget," wrote "D.C.”
“Yesterday, FreedomWorks chairman Dick Armey expressed personal disgust with Matthews for lending his name to the project, which has enraged tea partyers by repeating charges that they "taunted" black members of Congress during the March 2010 health care vote, and that the militia movement is part of the broader tea party wave.”
“Washington Libs will start a legal defense fund for the pit bulls decrying that they were "taunted" as young pups.”
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