A facetious or insulting remark, a jeer or taunt. (noun)
To perform a jibe (verb)
Examples of word jibe
Aaaand, just like the "omg, 90% of the Chrysler dealerships closed were owned by Republicans" garbage, this fun little math jibe is total crap.
Cue the wingnuts to claim that this mild political jibe is hate speech.
And while your whole jibe is aimed at business and rocking out your career life, what if your question of “What am I afraid of?” was applied to relationships?
I do not believe in unilateral disarmament, but I do believe the truth-telling jibe is always mightier than the partisan grunt.
The standard reply to the Work at Tescos” jibe is “Well if you were a manager at Tescos you would have bankrupted them years ago” on January 1, 2010 at 3: 17 pm Sherriff Roscoe.
The title is in honour of Australia’s first female deputy Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, jibe from the enlightened Mr Heffernan – stating she was unfit for leadership because she was” deliberately barren”.
These terms jibe nicely with Mr. Putin's own rhetoric of threats and fear.
Cameron's office defended the prime minister, saying the jibe was a humorous remark referencing an insurance advertisement.
He is good with a political attack or jibe, which is appealing to voters trying to find the magic trick to beating an incumbent.