shout out

VERB
  1. utter in a very loud voice
    They vociferated their demands
  2. utter a sudden loud cry
    I yelled to her from the window but she couldn't hear me
    she cried with pain when the doctor inserted the needle
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How To Use shout out In A Sentence

  • The road was lined either side by tall trees which shout out the sun.
  • I had this sudden impulse to shout out "Rubbish!" in the middle of her speech.
  • Except at the very end of C&A, when a cleaned-up Ford, in semiformal cowboy wear a shout out to my friend Roger Ebert complete with oddly banded cowboy hat, positively beams as he tries to take Daniel Craig's hat off to uncover his rumored forehead and eyebrows and is shot dead by Deadly Dan for his temerity. Michael Jones: Cowboys and Aliens
  • Don't yell or shout out loud. Always join a public queue for good order. Don't walk abreast on a sidewalk.
  • I'll even shout out when I believe the company has erred in its judgement.
  • When I call your name, shout out so that we know you're here.
  • Shout out your confidence and self - esteem !
  • CheekiThaSinger "Ive witnessed events so tiny and so fast that they could be said to have hardly happened at all" krisschantz Shout out to @FITC ... and I nominate @FITC for a Shorty Award in #events because ... they really care about creating awesome experiences! babygiraffemom Rough turn of events. Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7
  • I wanna shout out to all the trash celebrity stars.
  • Don't yell or shout out loud. Always join a public queue for good order. Don't walk abreast on a sidewalk.
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