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pout

noun

pout

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of pout

  1. 1 to extend outward beyond a usual point <her lips pouted as she glared at him silently> Synonyms bag, balloon, beetle, belly, billow, bunch, jut, overhang, poke, pooch [chiefly dialect], pouch, bulge, project, protrude, stand out, start, stick out, swellRelated Words dome; blow up, inflate; dilate, distend, expand; mushroom, snowball; elongate, extend, lengthen, stretchNear Antonyms compress, condense, constrict, contract, shrink

  2. 2 to silently go about in a bad mood <pouted and didn't say a word to anyone all morning> Synonyms grump, mope, sulkRelated Words brood, dwell (on), mull (over), muse (over), ponder; frown, glower, lower (also lour), scowl; carry on, take on; pet


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