Definition of Tauntings

1. taunting [n] - See also: taunting



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tauntings

taubes
taught
taught away
taughten
taughtened
taughtening
taughtens
tauhou
tauld
taunt
taunted
taunter
taunters
taunting
tauntingly
tauntings
tauntress
tauntresses
taunts
tauon
tauonic
tauons
taupe
taupes
taupie
taupies
tauranin
taurate
taurean
tauric

Literary usage of Tauntings

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1. Excursions to Cairo, Jerusalem, Damascus, and Balbec from the United States by George Jones (1836)
"he meets no commiseration, but is driven on with tauntings and scorn ; and they come to the place of public execution, and the victim is nailed to the cross ..."

2. Unholy Alliance: Priests, Rabbis and Conspirators Within the Temple of Doom by Gyeorgos Ceres Hatonn (1992)
"I HEAR YOUR Tauntings You listen to your “speakers” and self-professed preachers and tellers of fortunes and I hear your tauntings of “prove it to ME”. ..."

3. The Medical Clinics of North America by Richard J. Havel, K. Patrick Ober (1918)
"... was ashamed and exasperated by the furtive looks with which some of his colleagues regarded his head and with the open tauntings of others who asked him ..."

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