Let me tell you…" she tries as the booing grows louder, now punctuated by heckling, "Go home!
And in an interview with The Daily Beast, he dismissed the heckling as “Astroturf,” political shorthand for manufactured outrage.
"heckling" was not the exact word to describe what happened in this case, and I made a mistake in repeating it.
Each time a story is published with a technical error, the heckling begins anew.
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But make this weakness not your heckling ground Where you would spar for favors.
It was my first experience of heckling, and for the moment I was taken aback.
There was a good deal of heckling, but at last they arrived at some decision, though by no means unanimously.
The Council went on heckling Sonier and he resigned and went to Lausanne.
Suppose a little clique of them have arranged the meeting with the intention of heckling the speaker?
early 14c., "to comb (flax or hemp) with a heckle;" from heckle (n.) or from related Middle Dutch hekelen. Figurative meaning "to question severely in a bid to uncover weakness" is from late 18c. "Long applied in Scotland to the public questioning of parliamentary candidates" [OED]. Related: Heckled; heckling.
"flax comb," c.1300, hechel, perhaps from an unrecorded Old English *hecel or a cognate Germanic word (cf. Middle High German hechel, Middle Dutch hekel), from Proto-Germanic *hakila-, from PIE *keg- "hook, tooth" (see hook).