Synonyms and related words:
balustrade, banister, bantering, barrier, booing, boundary, catcalling, chaffing, derisive, derisory, fence, fleering, flippant, fooling, grinning, hissing, hooting, jeering, joshing, kidding, leering, mocking, panning, quizzical, ragging, rail, rallying, razzing, ridiculing, roasting, scoffing, smart, smart-alecky, smart-ass, smirking, sneering, snickering, sniggering, snorting, stone wall, taunting, teasing, twitting, wall

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