verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
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Origin of pout1
OTHER WORDS FROM poutpoutful, adjectivepout·ing·ly, adverbun·pout·ing, adjectiveun·pout·ing·ly, adverb
Definition for pout (2 of 2)
noun, plural (especially collectively) pout, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) pouts.
Origin of pout2
Example sentences from the Web for pout
Democrats split over moves to weaken Wall Street reforms, and Republicans pouted over lost leverage.
“Some bit their lips, some pouted, others cried,” hiding such emotions beneath their round, broad-brimmed hats.
Nelly drew down the corners of her pretty mouth, pouted her lips and looked more disgusted than ever.Old Times in Dixie Land|Caroline E. Merrick
O Hara San pouted her scarlet lips at him and laughed softly as she subsided on to a mat on the floor and clapped her hands.The Shadow of the East|E. M. Hull
The young beauty wept, sighed, pouted, and could be persuaded to sing only with much difficulty.Great Singers, First Series|George T. Ferris
He saw her at the gas-stove and loved her very petulance and the pretty way she banged the oven door and pouted at fate.We Can't Have Everything|Rupert Hughes
He sulked and pouted, as if he had himself been the injured party.Wood Magic|Richard Jefferies