The Iranian leader is taunting the West again by palling around with Latin America autocrats.
He believed students were taunting him, driving by his home at all hours of the night and honking a car horn.
They seem content to hold what they have, clashing regularly, testing and taunting each other.
He should stop wasting his time taunting Rick Perry with penny-ante bets and put his lucre to good use.
They dangled wads of cash in front of her, taunting her: "We've got cash, and don't pretend you don't want this."
The young ladies were taunting one another; Juliet in frantic passion; Cherry in sarcastic mockery.
The taunting voice was always in the boss's ears, goading him to blind fury.
In taunting him with what he might have had, however, she let the identity of the newsbringer leak out.
It seemed as though he were taunting the Solar Guard with his exploits.
I abstained from watching him, for I had no desire to spoil his evening sport by taunting him to continue his experiment.