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Definitions of catcall in various dictionaries:
noun - a cry expressing disapproval
verb - utter catcalls at
To express derision or disapproval of with catcalls.
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Ruben ___, Phillies Gold Glove-winning shortstop|
|Miaow in derison|
|Feline whistle of disapproval|
|"Boo!" from the stands, e.g|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|a loud shout or whistle ( high sound) expressing disapproval, especially made by people in a crowd|
|A shrill whistle or shout of disapproval made at a public meeting or performance.|
|Make a catcall.|
|a shrill whistle or shout of disapproval made at a public meeting or performance.|
|make a catcall.|
|a cry expressing disapproval|
|utter catcalls at|
|A harsh or shrill call or whistle expressing derision or disapproval.|
|To express derision or disapproval of with catcalls.|
|To make catcalls.|
|Catcall might refer to|
Street harassment is a form of sexual harassment that consists of unwanted comments, gestures, honking,|
* wolf-whistlings, catcalling, exposure, following, persistent sexual advances, and touching by strangers in public areas such as streets, shopping malls, and public transportation. According to the founder of the non-profit organization Stop Street Harassment, it can also consist of physically harmless behavior, such as "kissing noises" and "non-sexually explicit comments," to "more threatening behavior" like stalking, flashing, sexual assault, and rape.Recipients include people of all genders, but women are much more commonly victims of harassment by men. According to Harvard Law Review (1993), street harassment is considered harassment done primarily by male strangers to females in public places. In 2014, researchers from Cornell University and hollaback! conducted the largest international cross-cultural study on street harassment. The data suggests that the majority of women have