Jeer at someone or something: to poke fun at someone; to make rude sounds at someone.
Please stop jeering at my cousin!
The others just jeered at my idea.
lunge at someone or something: to leap toward someone or something, especially with the intent of grabbing, attacking, or striking them or it.
The criminal lunged at the police officer with a knife, but the cop was able to subdue him without difficulty.
Meow at someone: to make the crying sound of a cat to someone.
I looked down to find a little orange cat meowing at me.
Preach at someone: to deliver a stem, moralistic lecture to one (about something).
I wish you would stop preaching at me about my spending habits, Dad.
Scowl at: frown in an anger or bad-tempered way.
She scowled at him defiantly.
Shout at: speak loudly and angrily to.
He apologized because he had shouted at her in front of them all.
Shriek at someone: to utter a shriek (a shrill, often fantic cry) to someone.
I practically shrieked at her.