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noun as in sad face

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verb as in make a sad face; be sad

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Michael says that the trick to achieving a natural looking pout is to use a lip liner that’s a tad darker than your skin tone and line is slightly above your natural lip line, then fill in with the Rouge Allure L’Extrait.

For Taraji’s neutral lip look, Sheriff-Hendricks based the pout with the Smooth Silk Lip Liner in 7 to make Henson’s lips appear fuller.

Rocking a man-tank, sunglasses, and sultry pout, Billy Ray looks both embarrassingly excited to be included and super confused.

Boxy flannel and messy tears might as well have been a corset and a come-hither pout in The Perfect Storm.

Wearing a white tank top and moody pout, the Biebs addresses the rumors surrounding his speculative breakdown.

Every interaction with her was fraught lest she would throw a sulk or sink into a pout.

“Well, no helicopters today,” she said with an exaggerated pout.

I hoped that he wouldnt be home to lunch; hes awful cross, said Sue, with a pout and a flush.

You wife will pout if she can't go out: but she will go out, and take a carriage.

They sulk and pout, worse than humans, if one act wins more applause than another.

Lady Thurwell, who was a thorough little dame de société, rose with a pout and shrugged her shoulders.

"Frulein came out and called Edith away," said the child, with a little pout.


On this page you'll find 43 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pout, such as: frown, glower, moue, long face, and sullen look.

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