pout
Pronunciation
  • (British) IPA: /paʊt/
  • (Canada) IPA: /pʌʊt/
Verb

pout (pouts, present participle pouting; past and past participle pouted)

  1. (intransitive) To push out one's lips.
  2. (intransitive) To thrust itself outward; to be prominent.
  3. (intransitive) To be or pretend to be ill-tempered; to sulk.
  4. (transitive) To say while pouting.
    "Don't you love me any more?" she pouted.
Synonyms Translations
  • French: bouder, faire la moue
  • German: schürzen
  • Italian: fare il broncio
  • Portuguese: fazer beiço
  • Russian: надува́ть губа
  • Spanish: hacer puchero
Translations
  • French: bouder
  • German: schmollen, einen Schmollmund machen
  • Italian: mettere il broncio
  • Portuguese: amuar
  • Russian: ду́ться
  • Spanish: hacer un mohín, ponerse de morros
Noun

pout (plural pouts)

  1. One's facial expression when pouting.
    • 2008, Vladimir Nabokov, Natasha ↗, written 1924, translated by Dmitri Nabokov
      With a pout, Natasha counted the drops, and her eyelashes kept time.
  2. A fit of sulking or sullenness.
Translations Noun

pout (plural pouts)

  1. (rare) Shortened name of various fishes such as the hornpout (Ameiurus nebulosus, the brown bullhead), the pouting (Trisopterus luscus) and the eelpouts (Zoarcidae).
Noun

pout (plural pouts)

  1. Alternative form of poult
Verb

pout (pouts, present participle pouting; past and past participle pouted)

  1. (Scotland) To shoot poults.



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