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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of jeer.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The G.O.P. chairman, Michael Steele, and enforcers of Republican political correctness like William Kristol and the blogger Michele Malkin jeered Specter and cheered his departure.

    Sunday Reading

  • On a serious note, Insty approvingly linked to video of Specter being "jeered" a day or two ago: link.

    At the Mauve Café.

  • Now as to your death threat angle, even it you're right and I have my doubts - the term "jeered" doesn't seem to connote any physical threat or death wish, there's still a huge disconnect between bratty kids shouting threats and having them mauled by bears.

    Bad Boy Bible Study

  • Your description of the event suggests that nearly 100 people "jeered," which is not remotely true.

    Sound Politics: Reichert-Burner KING 5 debate

  • He said that he had no recollection of Ms Short being "jeered" and told to be quiet when she tried to raise the issue, as she claimed when she gave evidence last week.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • Making his second appearance before the Iraq Inquiry, he insisted he had no recollection of the then-international development secretary Clare Short's claim that she was "jeered" when she tried to question Lord Goldsmith's opinion.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • Making his second appearance before the Iraq Inquiry, he insisted he had no recollection of the then-international development secretary Clare Short's claim that she was "jeered" when she tried to question Lord Goldsmith's opinion.

    icHuddersfield

  • He insisted he had no recollection of the claim by the then International Development Secretary, Clare Short, that she was "jeered" when she tried to question Lord Goldsmith's opinion.

    Belfasttelegraph.co.uk - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • Making his second appearance before the Iraq Inquiry, he insisted he had no recollection of the then-international development secretary Clare Short's claim that she was "jeered" when she tried to question Lord Goldsmith's opinion.

    mirror.co.uk - Home

  • Making his second appearance before the Iraq Inquiry, he insisted he had no recollection of the then-international development secretary Clare Short's claim that she was "jeered" when she tried to question Lord Goldsmith's opinion.

    icNewcastle

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