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Definition of "shout out" []

  • A public greeting or acknowledgment of a person, group, or organization; props. (verb)
  • To speak when inappropriate, particularly in a school environment. (verb)
  • The act of giving such an acknowledgement. (noun)
  • A section of one's web page, profile or blog containing these greetings. (noun)

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Use "shout out" in a sentence
  • "Suddenly, in the scene beyond the conduit air-mesh, Sisko saw Odo come back to consciousness and then begin to shout out something."
  • "Sid Ruford, the ringleader of the group at the spring, had the boldness to shout out some hints about the one-nigger, log-cabin aristocracy which drove the hot blood to Gill's tanned face."
  • "“Not after the time Duffy rerigged a security alert Klaxon to shout out ...”"