Further suggestion: jibe, also gibe (at) - spotten, verspotten
jibe (also gibe) /dab/ noun, verb
1 to say sth that is intended to embarrass sb or make them look silly: [v] He jibed repeatedly at the errors they had made. [also v speech, v that]
2 [v] ~ (with sth) (NAmE, informal) to be the same as sth or to match it: Your statement doesn’t jibe with the facts.
3 (NAmE) = gybehttp://www.oup.com/oald-bin/web_getald7index1a.pl
jibe with sth phrasal verb (ALSO jive with sth) US INFORMAL
If one statement or opinion jibes with another, it is similar to it and matches it:
Her account of the accident jibes with mine.http://dictionary.cambridge.org/define.asp?ke...
1 [intransitive] American English informal if two statements, reports etc jibe with each other, the information in them matches
His report did not jibe with the facts.
2 [intransitive + at] to say something that is intended to make someone seem sillyhttp://www.ldoceonline.com/dictionary/jibe_2
VARIANT FORMS: also jibe
VERB: Inflected forms: gibed also jibed, gib·ing, jib·ing, gibes, jibes
INTRANSITIVE VERB: To make taunting, heckling, or jeering remarks.
TRANSITIVE VERB: To deride with taunting remarks.
NOUN: A derisive remark.
ETYMOLOGY: Possibly from obsolete French giber, to handle roughly, play, from Old French. http://www.bartleby.com/61/79/G0117900.html