verb (used with object), heck·led, heck·ling.
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Origin of heckle
OTHER WORDS FROM heckleheck·ler, noun
Example sentences from the Web for heckle
In Washington, Always-Trumpers who planned to encircle the Capitol were awash in positive emotions, despite heckles from people passing by.It began on a gold escalator. It may have ended at Four Seasons Total Landscaping.|Dan Zak, Karen Heller|November 8, 2020|Washington Post
I was just reading the news about Shia LaBeouf drunkenly heckling actors during a Broadway play.Mark Ruffalo Blasts Iraq’s GOP Warmongers, Talks ‘Begin Again’ and ‘Avengers’|Marlow Stern|June 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Tokyo Police Department are investigating whether there is any connection to the egg assault and his heckling.
They did wrong, and whether you call that wrong "heckling" or something else does not alter its wrongness.
Second - (This was a reaction to the parsing of the word "heckling") And this - well that one is self-explanatory.
"Heckling" was not the exact word to describe what happened in this case, and I made a mistake in repeating it.
She, who brooked day-long heckling without retort, must now be answered without evasion.The Code of the Mountains|Charles Neville Buck
The Council went on heckling Sonier and he resigned and went to Lausanne.The Spell of Switzerland|Nathan Haskell Dole
It was also—for Nan was something of a bully—the heckling of Gerda.Dangerous Ages|Rose Macaulay
The operation of heckling is simple in principle, although it requires much experience to acquire dexterity.
Beating flax either after it is completely heckled, or between the first and second heckling, is practised in Bohemia and Silesia.