1. showing your contempt by derision
1. laugh at with contempt and derision;
Do not jeer at the mistakes or misfortunes of others.
Look at those saddos going to the Royal Opera House, I would jeer.
I didn't come here today to jeer: I want to give advice.
He was stabbed to the heart by the girl's jeer.
Don't jeer at the mistake of others.
Don't jeer at the person who came last in the race - it's very unkind.
He looked over the counter at Leo , and Leo watched him with a weary, brittle jeer.
You can whistle, jeer and yarn at us: shame on China!
The children liked to jeer at the awkward student.
Using one thumb to point at others implies one's contempt or jeer.
Stop making a mock and a jeer out of other people's business.
You may jeer, but can you do any better?
They all jeer at the foolish speaker.
Please don't jeer at my efforts.
Do not jeer at the misfortunes of others.
There is relatively little information about jeer, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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