Meaning of taunter in English:


Pronunciation /ˈtɔːntə/


See taunt

‘Some officers try to talk sense into the taunters.’
  • ‘They will be aided in their dark deed by the union of circus clowns, who, beneath their veneer of jollity, are brutal and merciless taunters of the innocent.’
  • ‘Ed responded to my message with all the wit of a schoolyard taunter (I refer interested parties to his blog for the full exchange) complete with schoolyard back up.’
  • ‘In the eyes of the taunter, the subject is not human.’
  • ‘Instead, step in and tell the taunters to clear off and get a life - you might just make a good friend.’