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Sentence count:34Posted:2017-05-02Updated:2017-05-02
Similar words: dauntinghauntingtaunthuntingmountinggruntingaccountingaccounting systemMeaning: ['tɔːtɪŋ]  n. aggravation by deriding or mocking or criticizing. adj. abusing vocally; expressing contempt or ridicule. 
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1. He took sadistic pleasure in taunting the boy.
2. She didn't need the taunting reminder.
3. A taunting, chill laughter toward which he was meant to react with hostility.
4. She went on taunting him until he lost his temper.
5. Economists who must put up with taunting at cocktail parties should re-member that the road to good intentions is paved with hell.
6. Unfortunately, the words seemed to be taunting, or piling on.
7. In mounting anger she glared up at the taunting dark face, wondering how she could ever have thought his laughter attractive.
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8. STEP 6: Avoid feeding or taunting marine life.
9. To make taunting , heckling, or jeering remarks.
10. We paid no heed to those taunting us.
11. Dance Dance Immolation: Kill 3 enemies while they're taunting.
12. The bully was taunting Stephen, when suddenly Stephen pitched into him with fists flying.
13. His taunting inclination subdued for a moment by the old man's grief and wildness.
14. Collar's taunting of XENON appears to have heated up the debate over DAMA's claim to unprecedented red-hot temperatures.
15. Don't make taunting retorts to each other(sentencedict.com), as it can not help solve the problem.
16. He drew a technical foul for taunting but I'm sure the Grizzlies'coaches didn't mind.
17. The problem was that giving a woman his pulpit might be interpreted as taunting the archdiocese.
18. An angry crowd gathered, confronting the police, who showed little interest in dispersing them, and began taunting the marshals.
19. The red crow was the most malicious and cutting, and was equally proficient at taunting either of the elderly pair.
20. Now the telephone had acquired a personality, sat on the shelf so smug, taunting her with its silence.
21. In addition to the increasing use of racial and ethnic taunting and mocking, serious physical injuries continue to occur.
22. Harriet found Paul teasing Ben: asking him to sing a tune, then taunting him.
23. The children continued to frolic in the street, running up to the Metropolitans, taunting them, and then running away.
24. Or do you wait till they tire of the taunting and go to release the victim when the coast is clear?
25. As Kratos scales his way to the top of the chamber, he is able to hear to voice of Clotho taunting him.
26. Since then, he issued some 30 messages, in audio, video or electronic text, sometimes taunting, sometimes gloating, sometimes urging new terrorist attacks.
27. No matter how far you go or how hard you strive, you'll still have that limitation in place, taunting you with its shiny impermeability and brick-like dogmatism.
28. They were riding their bikes up andthe bank the river, taunting the water.
29. His sole weapon seems to be his mouth, whether by taunting or biting.
30. Autopsy Report : Provide an enemy with a freezecam shot of you taunting above their ragdoll.
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