shouted; shouting; shouts
: to utter a sudden loud cry
: to utter in a loud voice
: to cause to be, come, or stop by or as if by shouting
shouted himself hoarse
the proponents shouted down the opposition
: a loud cry or call
Verb There's no need to shout at me. well-wishers shouted to departing passengers from the dock Noun I gave a sudden shout of surprise when the shower abruptly turned ice-cold.
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VerbSaahene shouted as another customer recorded the confrontation. —Jaweed Kaleem, Los Angeles Times, 17 May 2023 After Saipov was escorted out of the courtroom, a family member shouted in Spanish asking for a moment of silence, which the judge granted. —Lauren Del Valle, CNN, 17 May 2023 Finally, with everyone’s gear secured, Frith shouted for a huddle. —Max Ufberg, Smithsonian Magazine, 16 May 2023 Brightman shouts in an outrageously snooty French accent). —Peter Marks, Washington Post, 15 May 2023 As Tindall continues to dissect the course in her mind, one thing becomes clearer: like for her mother, Princess Anne, equestrianism is not only a passion but a meditation—a moment of solace in a loud, shouting royal world. —Isiah Magsino, Town & Country, 5 May 2023 Pete also shouted out Kaia’s parents, Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber, in the interview. —Women's Health, 3 May 2023 Mike Coppola//Getty Images On the carpet, Brittney also took a moment to shout out the Bring Home Our Families campaign, which advocates for bringing home wrongly detained individuals abroad. —Lauren Puckett-pope, ELLE, 2 May 2023 Pickets were energized by being together and the strong response from passing cars, which mostly honked and shouted messages of support for the strikers. —William Earl, Variety, 2 May 2023
NounWhile accepting the Comedic Genius Award at Sunday's 2023 MTV Movie & TV Awards, The White Lotus star, 61, gave a shout out to the writers. —Stephanie Wenger, Peoplemag, 7 May 2023 The judge asked to call court security officers and nurses and there were shouts to call 911. —Jennifer Korn, CNN, 26 Apr. 2023 Lavender Haze View full post on Instagram Where red shouts, lavender whispers. —Lindy Segal, harpersbazaar.com, 18 Apr. 2023 Amidst the reminiscences of Grotto’s Pizza, Shapiro interrupts to give a shout to the excellent Sixers blog Rights to Ricky Sanchez. —Ian Cohen, SPIN, 17 Apr. 2023 His shouts and swearing got the attention of his fellow Kewalos regulars, who paddled straight toward him without hesitation. —CBS News, 14 Apr. 2023 Lastly, the guys give a shout out to tigersmlreport.com and update us on some minor league developments. —Kirkland Crawford, Detroit Free Press, 10 Apr. 2023 But put it into Sport mode, and the Coyote V-8 snarls and shouts. —Caleb Miller, Car and Driver, 7 Apr. 2023 Simon took those four dances — the ring shout, the waltz, tap dance, and the holy dance — and put them into a miniature symphonic form with striking orchestral effects and percussion to evoke cultural memory. —Bill Banfield, BostonGlobe.com, 15 Mar. 2023 See More
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