Jeer - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |dʒɪr|  American pronunciation of the word jeer
Brit.  |dʒɪə|  British pronunciation of the word jeer


- showing your contempt by derision (syn: mockery, scoff, scoffing)


- laugh at with contempt and derision (syn: barrack, flout, gibe, scoff)
The crowd jeered at the speaker

Extra examples

He tried to ignore the jeering crowd.

The crowd jeered him when he struck out.

The prisoner was jeered by an angry mob.

...ignored the jeers of the other team's fans and just focused on making her free throw shot...

"You know I'm right!" she jeered.

The President was booed and jeered by a crowd of protesters.

Fans jeered at the referee.

There were jeers and booing from the audience.

The crowd jeered at the speaker

Word forms

I/you/we/they: jeer
he/she/it: jeers
present participle: jeering
past tense: jeered
past participle: jeered
singular: jeer
plural: jeers
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