Examples of heckle in a Sentence
Several protesters were heckling the speaker at the rally.
The players were being heckled by the fans.
People in the crowd were booing and heckling as she tried to speak.
Recent Examples of heckle from the Web
Romance intervenes with Emily (Zoe Kazan), who gently heckles Kumail during a show then sticks around for a little intense cross-cultural interaction.
Those attempting to hold egalitarian services in the area are often heckled and harassed.
They shouldn't be heckled for wearing short trunks or even a Speedo.
Nanjiani and Gordon first met in Chicago in 2006 when Gordon heckled Nanjiani’s stand-up set and later refused to go out with him.
The announcement by a spokesman comes a day after May was heckled during a visit to the west London neighborhood where Wednesday's inferno took place.
Puig said he was heckled in the on-deck circle, which is directly in front of those choice seats.
Contributing to the festive mood, Durant engaged in a hilarious staredown with Rihanna, who had heckled him from her courtside seat.
A man began heckling Hutson for driving slow, and when the man passed them, Hutson pulled up to the man and argued with him, police have said.
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Synonym Discussion of heckle
HECKLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of heckle for English Language Learners
: to interrupt (someone, such as a speaker or performer) by shouting annoying or rude comments or questions
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