shout down

VERB
  1. silence or overwhelm by shouting
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  • This link is sort of off-topic but really not, as it's yet another case (as in the present one) of the media doing their level best to shout down "the critics" -- the nattering nabobs of negativism -- and then, years later, admitting that the "gadflies" were right all along, and that what looked like a scam, walked like a scam, and quacked like a scam was -- quelle surprise! Funky math with Mark Larabee (Jack Bog's Blog)
  • There were scuffles when UDF hecklers began to shout down the speakers.
  • He wanted to rage and swear, to shout down the telephone and fire off angry memoranda.
  • We might be able to make the trapped miners hear if we shout down loudly enough.
  • The host was told to shout down on unruly guests in the audience.
  • The mob's ability to shout down and punish the heretics is present even today.
  • After a few moments, Telli seemed to have decided that there were no obvious dangers in the castle, as he turned back and, still too careful to shout down, made gestures with his arms and hands miming someone climbing a rope.
  • The moderate speakers were shout down.
  • Shout down loudly or he could not her you.
  • In fact, the very first hurdle most writers have to overcome, is to shout down the voice in their own head that tells them that their writing is worthless. The Harshest Critic « Write Anything
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