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Definition of Tauntingly

Tauntingly
Tauntingly Taunt"ing*ly, adv. In a taunting manner.

Meaning of Tauntingly from wikipedia

- strangles Elizabeth to death. From the window, Victor sees the Creature, who tauntingly points at Elizabeth's corpse; Victor tries to shoot him, but the Creature...
- Truth (真理, Shinri), a pantheistic and semi-cerebral God-like being who tauntingly regulates all alchemy use and whose nigh-featureless appearance is relative...
- killing Eric, and discovers Carrie and Nathan hiding in a freezer. He tauntingly recites "Eeny, meeny, miny, moe" to them to decide whom he should kill...
- Phelps said in a 2011 interview that she and the other members of the WBC tauntingly and publicly burned a copy of the Quran while being scolded by a Muslim...
- never violates the law "where it counts". As Gordon leads him away, Todd tauntingly asks Grayson why he has not put Wayne's corpse into a Lazarus Pit to bring...
- lower mini-skirt. With a mischievous intentions, she spreads her legs tauntingly, and a glimpse of her white undergarments catches Eun-shik by surprise...
- ("guardant": guarding against tresp****); the tongue is stuck-out ("langued", tauntingly) and blue ("Azur"), and the outstretched claws ("armed") are blue ("Azur"...
- his wife he cannot stand the way she constantly humiliates him, and she tauntingly accuses him of having married her for just that reason. Their rage erupts...
- her that he is Kira and watches as Naomi walks away to commit suicide, tauntingly yelling after her how he could easily contact his father now, with her...
- suicide references of songs such as Empty and casual misogyny in the tauntingly violent Syphilis leave an uncomfortable taste." PopMatters critic Mike...
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