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shout US English

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

shout US Thesaurus

“Help,” he shouted

one's shout in shout US English

One’s turn to buy a round of drinks

shout-out US English

A message of congratulation, support, or appreciation

shout the odds US English

Talk in a loud and opinionated way

shout at in shout US English

Speak loudly and angrily to; insult or scold loudly

in with a shout US English

Having a good chance

give someone a shout US English

Call for someone’s attention

shout someone down in shout US English

Prevent someone from speaking or being heard by shouting

shout something from the rooftops US English

Talk about something openly and jubilantly, especially something that is personal or has previously been kept secret

outshout US English

Shout louder than

shout the odds in shout US English

Talk in a loud and opinionated way

give someone a shout in shout US English

Call for someone’s attention

in with a shout in shout US English

Having a good chance

shout something from the rooftops in shout US English

Talk about something openly and jubilantly, especially something that is personal or has previously been kept secret

shout something from the housetops in housetop US English

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