heckle

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To question harshly in an attempt to find or reveal weaknesses
To insult, tease, make fun of or badger

Promise that you won't heckle me after my performance.

Same as Hackle
comb with a heckle; "heckle hemp or flax"
with severity or antagonism, as a candidate for the ministry
{f} bother, pester, badger
challenge aggressively
If people in an audience heckle public speakers or performers, they interrupt them, for example by making rude remarks. They heckled him and interrupted his address with angry questions A small group of youths stayed behind to heckle and shout abuse. Heckle is also a noun. The offending comment was in fact a heckle from an audience member. + heckling heck·ling The ceremony was disrupted by unprecedented heckling and slogan-chanting. + heckler hecklers heck·ler As he began his speech, a heckler called out asking for his opinion on gun control. to interrupt and try to embarrass someone who is speaking or performing in public (hackle; HACKLES)
To interrogate, or ply with questions, esp
challenge aggressively comb with a heckle; "heckle hemp or flax
a comb for separating flax fibers
heckler
Agent noun of heckle; one who heckles; somebody who insults, makes fun of, or teases

The juggler always seemed to have a heckler or two in the crowd on Saturdays.

heckled
past of heckle
heckler
{i} one who badgers, harasser
heckler
one who heckles; somebody who insults, makes fun of or teases
heckler
someone who tries to embarrass you with gibes and questions and objections
heckles
third-person singular of heckle
heckling
shouting to interrupt a speech with which you disagree
heckling
action of the verb to heckle
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