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synonyms for shouter

  • babbling
  • bubbling
  • burbling
  • cackle
  • chortle
  • chuckle
  • chuckling
  • crow
  • fit
  • gesture
  • giggle
  • giggling
  • guffaw
  • howling
  • peal
  • rejoicing
  • rippling
  • roar
  • shout
  • shriek
  • snicker
  • amusement
  • cachinnation
  • crack-up
  • glee
  • hilarity
  • merriment
  • mirth
  • snigge
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How to use shouter in a sentence

Then the reporter rushed off to the Shouter, the leading revolutionary journal.
THE STRAND MAGAZINE, VOLUME V, ISSUE 26, FEBRUARY 1893VARIOUS
With one powerful leap he reached the frenzied shouter, his fist shot out, and the man went down as though hit with an axe.
BASEBALL JOE AROUND THE WORLDLESTER CHADWICK
I think that the daughter of the Shouter, she who is called Inkosazana-y-Zoola, is coming, and she may need help.
THE GHOST KINGSH. RIDER HAGGARD
I glanced towards the shouter; he was disappearing into the hole in the bank.
BEHIND THE SCENES IN WARRING GERMANYEDWARD LYELL FOX
But suddenly I felt the old Shouter give a jump under my feet like a plane struck by a shell in full flight.
FRIEND ISLANDFRANCIS STEVENS
They saw one man who was conspicuous as a shouter, and as it appeared both formed a dislike for the fellow on appearances.
THE TWIN VENTRILOQUISTSOLD SLEUTH
Prince, a large black boy from a neighboring plantation, was the principal shouter among the children.
THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOL. 13, NO. 79, MAY, 1864VARIOUS
The cook was the loudest shouter, and his ragged hat waved highest.
KATE BONNETFRANK R. STOCKTON
He was not a 'shouter' or a 'ranter,' but spoke and acted in a quiet, manly way.
THE AMERICAN MISSIONARY - VOL. 44, NO. 3, MARCH, 1890VARIOUS
Stringer glared through the fog, clutching at the shoulder of the shouter almost convulsively.
THE YELLOW CLAWSAX ROHMER
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