[ US /ˈɫaʊt/ ]
[ UK /lˈa‍ʊt/ ]
  1. an awkward stupid person
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How To Use lout In A Sentence

  • I'm sure she's flouting loads of official and unofficial tube etiquette in one fell swoop here.
  • The golden butternut squash velouté with escargot needed to be thicker to live up to its name, and more complex to live up to its price tag.
  • One for the latex lovers in your life, this anniversary alternative event is circus-themed, but remember to peel off your strongman's handlebar 'tache if you want to tuck into the birthday cake in the chillout room. Clubs picks of the week
  • The political system has moved on to the automobile bailouts and the fiscal stimulus, but the original problem of trust in the financial system has still not been fixed.
  • Zaheer bowled a good length in the final overs and got one right in the blockhole to shatter the stumps of Sami and after that Moin was clean bowled by Balaji and India won by 40 runs with Pakistan allout for 253. Archive 2004-03-01
  • After years of fiscal gloom, they hope Brown will bring his political clout to the corporate realm.
  • The antidote is intended to protect residents from radioactive fallout from any missile attack on the nuclear station.
  • In Munich last February, Putin railed against America the "hyperpower" that flouted international law. The Tyrant's Turn
  • You're a con man and a money-grubbing sellout.
  • With the rollout of Jews and Baseball: An American Love Story, continuing through the end of November (click here for screening locator), a classical music sighting is made that the famous 18th century philosopher Moses Mendelssohn would have been proud of. Laurence Vittes: Classical Music Media Sighting: Felix Mendelssohn Introduces Interview With Sandy Koufax
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