Tease or make fun of.
- I had been out to since sixth grade, not to my family of course, and had had my share of being teased and poked fun at but a few words dropped here and there and it was settled fast.
- A send-up should be smarter than the films it pokes fun at, but that isn't the case here.
- My middle name smacks of big slobbery dog jokes and yet my last name was the one kids poked fun at in school.
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