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  • nounloud outcry
  • verbcry out loudly

synonyms for shout

  • cheer
  • clamor
  • cry
  • howl
  • roar
  • scream
  • screech
  • shriek
  • whoop
  • bark
  • bawl
  • bellow
  • call
  • hue
  • salvo
  • squall
  • squawk
  • tumult
  • vociferation
  • yammer
  • yap
  • yawp
  • yell
See also synonyms for: shouted / shouting
  • exclaim
  • clamor
  • roar
  • screech
  • whoop
  • cheer
  • holler
  • yell
  • shriek
  • scream
  • squawk
  • bellow
  • yap
  • bawl
  • bay
  • squall
  • vociferate
  • yawp
  • yammer
  • call out
  • raise voice
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antonyms for shout

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  • seriousness
  • whimper
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How to use shout in a sentence

Another shouts, to no one in particular, “This is our house.”
INSIDE THE CAPITOL RIOT: WHAT THE PARLER VIDEOS REVEALBY ALEC MACGILLISJANUARY 17, 2021PROPUBLICA
Wide receivers, those detached football players who start plays a good shout from the ball and then exert like mad to touch it now and then, finally got themselves another Heisman Trophy on Tuesday night after a 29-year wait.
ALABAMA’S DEVONTA SMITH BECOMES FIRST WIDE RECEIVER TO WIN THE HEISMAN TROPHY IN 29 YEARSCHUCK CULPEPPERJANUARY 6, 2021WASHINGTON POST
About how their shouts caused a crowd to form, and before he knew it, he was surrounded by people.
BEHIND A NATIONAL MEMORIAL FOR NATIVE AMERICAN VETERANS, STORIES OF SLOW LOSS, SWIFT CHANGE AND BOOTS TWO SIZES TOO BIGTHERESA VARGASNOVEMBER 11, 2020WASHINGTON POST
As a woman on a bullhorn led shouts of “Justice for Karon,” two men slung a brick and debris at the vehicle, smashing the rear window.
PROTESTERS DEMONSTRATE OUTSIDE D.C. POLICE STATION FOR SECOND NIGHT AFTER KARON HYLTON’S DEATHCLARENCE WILLIAMS, SAMANTHA SCHMIDT, TOM JACKMANOCTOBER 29, 2020WASHINGTON POST
One of the more tempting product ideas has been the development of the omnipresent always-on video workspace where managers can always see their directs onscreen and team members are only a shout away from getting someone else’s attention.
REMOTION RAISES $13M TO CREATE A WORKPLACE VIDEO PLATFORM FOR SHORT, SPONTANEOUS CONVERSATIONSLUCAS MATNEYOCTOBER 6, 2020TECHCRUNCH
She did shout for joy, as with a sweeping stroke or two she lifted her body to the surface of the water.
THE AWAKENING AND SELECTED SHORT STORIESKATE CHOPIN
A great shout—partly, no doubt, of disappointment—was given when the lions escaped.
HUNTING THE LIONSR.M. BALLANTYNE
Pearson was loading his gun as fast as possible, when he heard a loud shout, and cries of “Look out!”
HUNTING THE LIONSR.M. BALLANTYNE
They did not shout as they took their gifts; but still the murmur ran from mouth to mouth: "Bella Madonna, bella Madonna."
ROSEMARY IN SEARCH OF A FATHERC. N. WILLIAMSON
At long last one of the keepers at the entrance to the small cages begins to shout very loudly.
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WORDS RELATED TO SHOUT

  • Mayday
  • SOS
  • alert
  • bell
  • blast
  • buzzer
  • call
  • caution
  • clock
  • cry
  • drum
  • flap
  • flash
  • forewarning
  • gong
  • high sign
  • horn
  • nod
  • scramble
  • scream
  • shout
  • sign
  • signal
  • siren
  • squeal
  • tip
  • tip off
  • tocsin
  • trumpet
  • warning
  • whistle
  • wink
  • yell
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