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used in The Lords of Discipline

7 uses
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to intentionally anger, challenge, or upset someone — especially by mocking them or hurling insults

or (as a noun): an insult or other action intended to anger, challenge, or upset someone
  • They ran and taunted and hustled us through the second day.
    Chapter 2.16 (25% in)
  • I thought since I stayed when stronger boys left I would no longer have to put up with taunts about my voice or my manner.
    Chapter 3.22 (80% in)
  • Pulling at their G-strings, they taunted the crowd for their stinginess and the air was streaked with flying coins.
    Chapter 3.24 (16% in)
  • When I reached Mance, I taunted him, "On that last play, All-American candidate Jimmy Mance looked like horseshit.
    Chapter 3.30 (55% in)
  • I had shit in my pants and had to listen to them taunt me as they threw buckets of water on me and their laughter as they drove back to Charleston.
    Chapter 4.35 (73% in)
  • Mark, Pig, and I had all placed our hands beneath the table, a subconscious gesture, because we did not want to taunt or hurt Bobby with our rings.
    Chapter 4.35 (95% in)
  • But the barracks were alive now, and the cadets, anonymous and sleep-dazed, began taunting and cursing the guard.
    Chapter 4.37 (79% in)

There are no more uses of "taunt" in The Lords of Discipline.

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