Word usage examples
Plessis is wanted in connection with the murder of news anchorwoman Razz Retribution.
The older barber started to razz his brother, and the younger barber said he hated playing with bad players because their lousy skills rubbed off.
His father started to razz him, and Irene leaned toward her husband and kissed him full on his rough lips.
She hoped that razz had enough brain cells left intact for her to conduct the necessary business.
Kayla felt Razz let go of her arm and fell to her knees, her eyes burning too much for her to see, gasping for breath.
I wonder what it is: something to do with the energy, the electricity of the place, all the hustle and razz it fills me with that get up and go.
While others look at art or read books or surrender to serious music, my mind just razzes me about money, Selina, hard-ons, the Fiasco.
The girls were invited to play and had declined and were being razzed for it.
There was a strange wet lisping to it all, as if of a tongue being razzed against protruding lips.
He was expected to endure the razzing and hazing without complaint, but the frustration was mounting inside him and the pressure from outside was only adding to the strain.