hector [ HEK-ter ] [ noun, intransitive verb, transitive verb ]
MEANING : 1. (n.) a bully 2. (intr. v.) to dominate or intimidate in a loud manner 3. (tr. v.) to behave like a bully
USAGE EXAMPLE 1 : Politicians who hector each other in the “Big Fight” on NDTV make for amusing viewing.
USAGE EXAMPLE 2 : The amusing conservatives who hector one another on Rupert Murdoch's Fox News were shouting a little louder yesterday morning.