For the sake of that kindness she uncomplainingly endured all the cruel taunts of envious companions.
"Japanese Literature" by Various
And the pert taunt could sting even this child of light!
"The Young Duke" by Benjamin Disraeli
They taunted Mr. Adams with the opinion, as if merely to say that he held it was to damn him to everlasting infamy.
"John Quincy Adams" by John. T. Morse
Sergius grew crimson under the taunting voice and the little, shifty eyes.
"The Lion's Brood" by Duffield Osborne
Far up the road she heard among them taunting laughter and jeers, and she rose quickly.
"In Happy Valley" by John Fox
Jerome mocked and taunted me into a fine rage, which he deftly pacified in wonderment at himself.
"The Black Wolf's Breed" by Harris Dickson
And it is hard that the first greeting of one so well loved as you should be a taunt.
"Continental Monthly , Vol. 6, No. 1, July, 1864" by Various
This last taunt was a sore one for the young Parretts.
"The Willoughby Captains" by Talbot Baines Reed
She had a suspicious look about her, unusually square yards, taunt and raking masts, and low black hull.
"The Three Lieutenants" by W.H.G. Kingston
Perhaps I said too much; I'm hot-tempered, I know; never mind my taunt, John.
"Gilian The Dreamer" by Neil Munro
The moon, alone,
Taunts me from the heavens
With memories of you;
Should you feel the same, then
Our hearts would be as one
"The moon, alone" by Saigyo
Think not I come to taunt the dead.
My earliest master still is dear;
And what few tears I have to shed,
Are gathering here.
"Off Mesolongi" by Alfred Austin
Let our foes still rain upon me
Cruel wrongs and taunting scorn;
'Tis for thee their hate pursues me,
And for thee, it shall be borne!
"Power of Love" by Anne Bronte
'Beggars now, alas! wha lately
Helpt the beggar and the poor!'
'Fye! gudeman!' cried ane discreetly,
'Taunt nae poortith at our door.'
"The Waes O' War : Or The Upshot Of The History O' Will And Jean. In Four Parts" by Hector MacNeill
O, in the hush of midnight's hour,
How oft from taunting dreams I start,
To find thee but a fancy flower--
Thou cherished idol of my heart.
"Mystery Of Carmel" by Madge Morris Wagner
"They are the gods," one said--"the gods whom men
Still taunt with wails for help."--Then a deep light
Upbore me from the Gulf, and thro' its might
I heard the worlds cry, "God alone is God!"
"The Dead Gods" by Cale Young Rice
Alone in an elevator with a dog, he kicks the dog 6 times in ten seconds, taunts the dog and slaps it in its mouth.
Like taunting an opponent, it is not enough to show your superiority on the playing field.
He was a shocking figure to be sure, and yesterday marked the anniversary of his arrest in New Haven on December 9, 1967 for taunting a cop who had maced him before the show.
Team banned over homophobic taunts.
Racial Taunts Aimed At Her Could Happen Anywhere .
He struggled through rampant homophobic taunts and other harassment at the hands of his peers after coming out as bisexual .
That Ridley Scott is such a rascal — always taunting us with information on sequels that may or may not happen, but where there's money, there's a way, and he's talking up those 'Prometheus' and ' Blade Runner' sequels again.
Laguna Heights man jailed for taunting, hitting overweight child .
A Laguna Heights man is being bars after he allegedly taunted and hit an overweight child at a local park.
It taunts and teases as it pulls a tear, and tries its best to give you that warm all over glow.
TAUNTING and aggressive teasing have long been seen as disagreeable rites of adolescence, until a string of suicides by bullied students raised awareness of the destructive consequences.
Drug suspect flushes detective 's recorder, taunts: 'Tighten up on your job, homie'.
Why taunting overweight people is not funny .
Mettenberger taunts Alabama fans with cellphone gesture (GIF).
Mettenberger taunts Alabama fans with cellphone gesture ( GIF ).