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pout

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of pout

  1. 1 a twisting of the facial features in disgust or disapproval that storekeeper's face seems to be in a permanent pout Synonyms of pout face, frown, lower (also lour), moue, mouth, mow, mug, grimace, scowl, snootWords Related to pout flinch, squinch, wince; growl, snarl; rictus, simper, smirk; scoff, sneer; glare, glower, look, stareNear Antonyms of pout grin, laugh, smile

  2. 2 pouts pl  a state of resentful silence or irritability she stayed in the pouts all day Synonyms of pout grouch, hump [British], pet, pouts, snit, sulkiness, sullennessWords Related to pout blues, dumps, mopes; surliness; biliousness, choler, crankiness, crossness, crotchetiness, fantods, grouchiness, grumpiness, huffiness, irascibility, irascibleness, irritability, irritableness, peevishness, perverseness, perversity, pettishness, petulance, surliness, testiness, waspishness; cantankerousness, disagreeableness, dyspepsia, fretfulness, orneriness; fussiness, querulousness; oversensitiveness, sensitivityNear Antonyms of pout cheerfulness, gaiety (also gayety), gladsomeness, high-spiritedness, lightheartedness, perkiness; affability, agreeableness, amenity, amicability, cordiality, friendliness, geniality, graciousness, pleasantness, sociability, sociality; amiability, amiableness, good-humoredness, good-naturedness, good-temperedness


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 of pout bag, balloon, beetle, belly, billow, bunch, jut, overhang, poke, pooch [chiefly dialect], pouch, bulge, project, protrude, stand out, start, stick out, swellWords Related to pout dome; blow up, inflate; dilate, distend, expand; mushroom, snowball; elongate, extend, lengthen, stretchNear Antonyms of pout 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 of pout grump, mope, sulkWords Related to pout brood, dwell (on), mull (over), muse (over), ponder; frown, glower, lower (also lour), scowl; carry on, take on; pet



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