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shout British & World English

(Of a person) utter a loud cry, typically as an expression of a strong emotion

shout English Thesaurus

‘Help,’ he shouted

one's shout in shout British & World English

One’s turn to buy a round of drinks

shout-out British & World English

(Especially in hip-hop or dance music) a mention, credit, or greeting, typically one made over the radio or during a live performance

shout the odds British & World English

Talk in a loud and opinionated way

shout at in shout British & World English

Speak loudly and angrily to

in with a shout British & World English

Having a good chance

give someone a shout British & World English

Call on or get in touch with someone

shout someone down in shout British & World English

Prevent someone from speaking or being heard by shouting

shout something from the rooftops British & World English

Talk openly about something personal or secret

outshout British & World English

Shout louder than

shout the odds in shout British & World English

Talk in a loud and opinionated way

give someone a shout in shout British & World English

Call on or get in touch with someone

shout something from the rooftops in shout British & World English

Talk openly about something personal or secret

shout something from the housetops in housetop British & World English

old-fashioned way of saying shout something from the rooftops (see shout).