Definition of Jeered

1. Verb. (past of jeer) ¹



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Definition of Jeered

1. jeer [v] - See also: jeer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jeered

jeeling
jeels
jeely
jeelying
jeep
jeeped
jeepers
jeepers creepers
jeeping
jeeplike
jeepney
jeepneys
jeeps
jeer
jeer capstan
jeered (current term)
jeerer
jeerers
jeering
jeeringly
jeerings
jeerleader
jeerleaders
jeers
jees
jeet
jeez
jeez Louise
jefe
jefe político

Literary usage of Jeered

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1. The Old Navy and the New by Daniel Ammen, Ulysses Simpson Grant (1891)
"Beginning of the Civil War—The Sixth Massachusetts Regiment jeered at and ... It was abused, jeered at, and attacked with sticks, stones, and fire-arms when ..."

2. The reader's handbook of allusions, references, plots and stories by Ebenezer Cobham Brewer (1882)
"binds jeered at her as she knelt by а fountain in Délos to drink, ... lie laughed or jeered at the feeble powers of man so wholly in the hands of fate, ..."

3. Hair Splitting as a Fine Art: Letters to My Son Herbert by Rory O' the Hills (1882)
"The evicting party which I accompanied as a spectator was certainly jeered and hooted at: on all these occasions the names of Government officials are ..."

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