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See definition of louted on Dictionary.com
  • as intaunt
  • as inderide

synonyms for louted

  • deride
  • insult
  • jeer
  • mock
  • offend
  • ridicule
  • torment
  • affront
  • bother
  • dig
  • disdain
  • flout
  • jab
  • lout
  • outrage
  • quiz
  • rally
  • revile
  • scorn
  • scout
  • slam
  • slap
  • sneer
  • tantalize
  • twitter
  • upbraid
  • dump on
  • put down
  • scoff at
  • swipe at
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antonyms for louted

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  • compliment
  • flatter
  • please
  • praise
  • admire
  • approve
  • ignore
  • respect
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How to use louted in a sentence

He stopped suddenly, louted low to the sky, and with comprehensive gesture took in the countryside.
THE GATHERING OF BROTHER HILARIUSMICHAEL FAIRLESS
She louted low as she spoke, and took her little sister again by the hand.
IN CONVENT WALLSEMILY SARAH HOLT
He ‘louted low,’ and seemed hardly to venture on taking the hand my father held out to him.
CHANTRY HOUSECHARLOTTE M. YONGE
With his usual presence of mind Redward stooped, picked up the coins, and louted to the donor.
THE WINNING OF THE GOLDEN SPURSPERCY F. WESTERMAN
We louted low before him, and he spake to my friend: 'Is this big fellow a minstrel?'
THE SUNDERING FLOODWILLIAM MORRIS
And as he spake the smiles were all over his face, and he louted low again.
THE SUNDERING FLOODWILLIAM MORRIS
But Stephen had turned away and louted low before the clerk.
LONG WILLFLORENCE CONVERSE
He louted low, and she bade him bring a stool and sit beside her.
THE GATHERING OF BROTHER HILARIUSMICHAEL FAIRLESS
He strode into her little parlour, and louted low before her.
STAR OF MERCIABLANCHE DEVEREUX
As he louted low, I made a spring forward; I thought to pin him before he could rise.
HELMET OF NAVARREBERTHA RUNKLE
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