If they jeer you, it means they do not like you, and I am going to look for another team.
Demonstrators of all ages beat drums and blew whistles along a three-mile route that took them past parliament and the end of Downing Street, where crowds paused to jeer towards Mr Blair's office.
England fans used to jeer him, but Owen Hargreaves silenced his critics at the World Cup and is now turning his thoughts to a Premiership career
As he left that rally, he was jeered by lines of workmen.
The US Secretary of State was booed and jeered throughout his speech as he sought to put a positive spin on US wrecking tactics at the summit and its failure to take effective action in protecting the world's environment.
More than 500 people filled the small gym, and jeered Smith at every opportunity.
David Blunkett, who said he was expecting a rough ride from frontline officers over his controversial pay offer and police reform package, said officers who jeered him would lose credibility.
He lay there, the men standing about laughing and jeering .
The crowd jeered when told the minister was not available.
Catholics have for a long time been the easy target in the media, the only group in society that can still be mocked and jeered at without being labeled politically incorrect for doing so.