When cops arrived, Cage taunted them: "Why don't you just arrest me?"
Japan had great hair, a player who wore goggles, and another who taunted the opposing side in Italian.
He then ripped a miraculous return winner and taunted the crowd.
She was ignored and taunted so continuously that one day she wrote a four-page suicide note.
And after Gary Hart taunted the press to follow him around in 1987, we believed all political monkey business was our business.
He laughed aloud, taunted his assailants with cowardice, and continued firing.
Yet, if taunted with this obvious lack, his wrath is deeply stirred.
taunted with reticence, he said it was nothing but business.
In England the colonists were often taunted with being "rebels."
The English are frequently, and in many instances justly, taunted with their want of taste.