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  • n. One who taunts.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One who taunts.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who taunts, reproaches, or upbraids with sarcastic or censorious reflections.


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taunt +‎ -er


  • England's favourite meathead invites a tenacious Twitter taunter, or "little nit" as he describes him, to a post-training brawl.

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  • She is now coming across like a childish taunter similar to Nelson Muntz on The Simpsons.

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  • Even though a Louisiana appeals court overturned Mychal Bell's conviction as an adult and remanded the case to juvenile court, he still faces charges while his taunter -- who went after him with a shotgun -- is let off the hook.

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  • But Buss believes that the Victim is justified in hitting his taunter because he has excusing reasons to act thusly, which are grounded in his circumstances.

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  • Buss believes that the Victim is responsible for hitting his taunter, since there are moral reasons not to hit one who taunts you: hitting one's taunter is morally wrong.

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  • Buss offers this analogy: the Victim no more has good reason for thinking that his taunter is not like the hostile people he grew up around, than does the person who has been bitten repeatedly by dogs has good reason to think that the growling dog in her path will not bite her (p. 350).

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  • Years later, when he is taunted with a threatening comment, he hits his taunter.

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  • He fired, and the taunter doubled over, clutching at a stomach wound.

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  • And I've never seen a "chickenhawk" taunter who claims to be "horified and disgusted by the plight of the homeless" offering to put a few winos, druggies, and mentally disordered up with room and board in their own homes....

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  • Was he to castigate or attack this ... this taunter ... for the unthinkable act of speaking the truth?

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