verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
- shoulder-hand syndrome,
- shout down,
- shout from the rooftops,
- shouting distance,
- shouting match
Origin of shout
Examples from the Web for shout
He did not shout “God is great,” but his random act served the purposes of ISIS almost as well.
One trucker did shout an obscenity, and a musclebound mechanic told them to go and do something useful like study.
For Mitch McConnell to shout gleefully requires some effort.
"We offer heterosexual therapy, we offer beautiful friendship," they shout at two lesbians walking into the film festival.The ‘Hunted’ Gays of Putin’s Russia: Vicious Vigilantes and State Bigotry Close Up|Tim Teeman|October 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Did he run when the police began to shout and rush toward him?
In ten minutes after his first shout the whole camp was astir.Away in the Wilderness|R.M. Ballantyne
She had fairly to shout to be heard above the noise of the wind and rain.The Motor Girls on the Coast|Margaret Penrose
His first act was to fire the right barrel of his gun in the air, and at the same time give vent to a shout.Darry the Life Saver|Frank V. Webster
Once he points out ahead and tries to shout something, I don't know what.The House of Torchy|Sewell Ford
Suddenly there sounded a shout, and from one of the cabins a figure ran.Jack Ranger's Gun Club|Clarence Young
- a round, esp of drinks
- one's turn to buy a round of drinks
Word Origin for shout
In addition to the idioms beginning with shout
- shout down
- shout from the rooftops
- all over but the shouting