Definition of twit:
have words, jeer, maniac, devil, ridicule, trounce, twirp, torment, berate, depend upon, bawl out, come up, ride, nark, laugh, befool, take to task, fool, scoff, devolve on, mobilize, dupe, beat up, put one over, lecture, reproof, rag, summon, irritate, bait, jest, slang, tantalize, nettle, mobilise, take in, twerp, rally, bedevil, turn on, rebuke, lambast, dun, loosen, muster up, card, laughter, tease, jaw, tease apart, rebound, scold, razz, depend on, fluff, dress down, taunting, sit, hinge upon, chide, mount, chafe, drum up, chew up, gull, lump, rile, airhead, crucify, cod, dope, get at, lambaste, hinge on, reprimand, gibe, bug, taunt, quiz, joker, call up, beleaguer, remonstrate, respect, bother, idiot, pester, scout, clown, drive, badger, put on, frustrate, chew out, deride, tantalise, gravel, put one across, vex, numpty, get to, muster, call on the carpet, call down, poke fun at, mock, annoy, dumb blond.
- ululate (part of speech: verb)
- ululation (part of speech: noun)
- "Samantha at the World's Fair", Marietta Holley.
- "An Old Man's Love", Anthony Trollope.
Monkey, said Arthur, you've put us all under heavy obligations by what you did, and for one I'm not going to forget it, or twit you about the funny noises you manage to coax out of that bone goose- call you made.- "The Boy Scouts with the Motion Picture Players", Robert Shaler.