n bellow, call, cry, roar, scream, yell
2 vb bawl, bay, bellow, call (out), cry (out), holler (informal) hollo, raise one's voice, roar, scream, yell
drown, drown out, overwhelm, silence
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shout ( shouts plural & 3rd person present) ( shouting present participle) ( shouted past tense & past participle )
1 verb If you shout, you say something very loudly, usually because you want people a long distance away to hear you or because you are angry.
He had to shout to make himself heard above the near gale-force wind... V
`She's alive!' he shouted triumphantly... V with quote
Andrew rushed out of the house, shouting for help... V for n
You don't have to shout at me... V at n
I shouted at mother to get the police... V at n to-inf
The driver managed to escape from the vehicle and shout a warning. V n
Shout is also a noun., n-count
The decision was greeted with shouts of protest from opposition MPs..., I heard a distant shout.
2 If you say that someone is in with a shout of achieving or winning something, you mean that they have a chance of achieving or winning it.
in with a shout of phrase
He knew he was be in with a shout of making Craig Brown's squad for Japan. shout down phrasal verb If people shout down someone who is trying to speak, they prevent that person from being heard by shouting at them.
They shouted him down when he tried to explain why Zaire needed an interim government... V n P
There were scuffles when UDF hecklers began to shout down the speakers. V P n (not pron) shout out phrasal verb If you shout something out, you say it very loudly so that people can hear you clearly.
They shouted out the names of those detained... V P n (not pron)
I shouted out `I'm OK'... V P with quote
I wanted to shout it out, let her know what I had overheard. V n P
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