Jeer ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Jeer ( verb )

  1. To mock or ridicule in a loud or contemptuous manner.
  2. To make derisive or mocking remarks.

Origin:

The word jeer comes from the middle english word "jeren" and it was first used in the 14th century.

Examples:

  1. The crowd jeered as the losing team left the field.
  2. He jeered at her for her poor performance.
  3. The audience jeered at the comedian's jokes.
  4. She jeered at him for his ignorance.
  5. They jeered at the speaker for his controversial views.

(As a noun)

Jeer ( noun )

  1. To mock or ridicule in a loud or contemptuous manner.
  2. To make derisive or mocking remarks.

Origin:

The word jeer comes from the middle english word "jeren" and it was first used in the 14th century.

Examples:

  1. The crowd jeered as the losing team left the field.
  2. He jeered at her for her poor performance.
  3. The audience jeered at the comedian's jokes.
  4. She jeered at him for his ignorance.
  5. They jeered at the speaker for his controversial views.
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