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Present participle of jeer.
A mocking utterance.
Angry voices wove in and out of the crowd's jeering and the ringing of her ears.
They did the cheering and the jeering - and lots of laughing.
The clang of steel and sound of jeering drew Sofia from her sleep to her window.
In fact, there are entire websites devoted to the kinds of cheers that are jeering or insulting to the opposing team.
The act was accompanied by so much mirth that neighbors were awakened and saw the men and the horns which led to much jeering.
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