Shout

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Definition

to shout (at someone): to yell, to scream, to speak loudly (at someone)
verb

a shout: a cry, a scream, a yell, a loud call
noun
Pronunciation examples
UK: He shouted at me for being late.
US: There's no need to shout - I'm not deaf!
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Examples

  • "If someone shouts at you, try and calm them down."
  • "Jean : Please do not shout again, my ears are bleeding."
  • "Bruno : No Icarus, I want to shout at you."
  • "The Palo Alto Airport Control Tower was alerted to the incident after hearing Mr. Marron shout 'M'aidez, m'aidez!' over the radio."
  • "I need to shout at him!"
  • "I'm rather shaken up by what happened to my mother, and the last thing I needed was to be shouted at because I wanted a refund on a ski trip."
  • "PS why are you 'SHOUTING'?"
  • "Rachel : I'm not going to shout at you, sir."
  • "Brian (on intercom) : Mr. Delavigne, I hear shouting."

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