Noun(1) a comb for separating flax fibers
Verb(1) comb with a heckle(2) challenge aggressively
(1) He thinks somebody will boo him or heckle him or slow hand-clap him.(2) The first heckle at the premiere was heard after about 20 minutes, although there may have been others that went unheeded.(3) The first step is to heckle the fiber, combing the long fibers from the short.(4) And here I see for the first time what makes a great heckle : passion.(5) You can always count on your peers, friends, and enemies for a good heckle .(6) He apologises for sounding croaky, and even gets a bit of a heckle when he's off on a verbal detour about birdspotting.(7) You could knock Philips for not really interacting with his audience, for not having any particularly topical jokes, for the scattergun nature of his approach, or for his awkward way of dealing with a heckle .(8) Trying to rise from the ranks of the students, first-time lecturers had it worse; they might have to appear before listeners who had come expressly to heckle them and disrupt the lesson at the first blunder or sign of hesitation.(9) She commented on it, of course, but it was a polite heckle , and very well-meaning - as were her comments about the English weather, her high heels and the quaint English accents.(10) He outlines the various kinds of hecklers one meets on the road, and how at a certain stage one has to try to quieten them, while later trying to undo any damage done by perhaps inviting applause for them.(11) Well, here's why most hecklers work from the back of the room.(12) His justification of why America should give three billion dollars to Luxembourg, rather than Israel, is not to be missed, and hecklers beware one front row man ended up storming off into the toilets.(13) His wife was spat on in the street, his porch furniture was slashed; when he spoke in public he had to stuff his ears with cotton wool and plasticine to concentrate against the organised regiments of hecklers .(14) At the full council meeting on October 20, a packed public gallery heckled Labour councillors and cheered opposition members throughout the two-hour debate on the future of the pool and school.(15) Got a little sound from the hecklers there, didn't we?(16) Even so, staging the 1hr 40 min play several times in a night was challenging because of the rowdiness of the crowd - forget hecklers at a comedy club!
1. jeer ::
2. taunt ::
3. jibe at ::
4. shout down ::
5. boo ::
6. hiss ::
7. harass ::
9. hatchel ::
Different Formsheckle, heckled, heckles, heckling
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