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Word: heckler

Definition: person who verbally harasses others; V. heckle: verbally harass as with gibes (by interrupting a speaker or speech)


Sentences Containing 'heckler'

"Heckler's Hop" is a 1995 compilation album collecting work from the mid- to late-1930s by jazz trumpet-player Roy Eldridge.
A heckler gets upset when he is accused of bad playing then Mr. Krabs gets in the idea and everyone gets into a huge brawl smashing the instruments and hurting people offensively, causing the band to break up.
In the presence of about 30 members of the Special Anti-Terrorism Unit of Yugoslavia, she allegedly said: ""I'm not taking them - kill them"" and the men were executed with a Heckler weapon.
Trijicon later produced ACOG mounts and adapters for weapons besides the M16, including the Beretta AR70/90 series; SIG SG 550, Heckler Koch HK416, Bushmaster ACR, Enfield L85A2, and FN SCAR weapon systems; and the Steyr AUG.

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