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Definition of "shouts" []

  • A loud cry, esp to convey emotion or a command (noun)
  • A round, esp of drinks (noun)
  • One's turn to buy a round of drinks (noun)
  • A greeting (to family, friends, etc) sent to a radio station for broadcasting (noun)
  • An occasion on which the members of an emergency service are called out on duty (noun)
  • To utter (something) in a loud cry; yell (verb)
  • To make a loud noise (verb)
  • To treat (someone) to (something), esp a drink (verb)
  • Plural form of shout. (noun)

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  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of shout. (verb)

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Use "shouts" in a sentence
  • "Intensely rational, Peter Kenilorea, a Solomon Islander born in Takataka village, South Malaita in 1943, describes his native country coming of age in postcolonial times with the intent of straightening misunderstandings about its political trajectory, as the title shouts out."
  • "VWR-3801: In certain languages, parcel primitive usage is broken: displays only as 0 in About Land VWR-9940: Bad translation in Japanese: "shouts", "whispers""
  • "Her companion shouts from the bathroom “Can I get an amen?”"