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Spell Check of shout

Correct spelling: shout

Definition of shout:

  1. To utter a shout.
  2. A loud and sudden outcry or outburst of joy, triumph, or encouragement.
  3. To utter with a shout.

Common misspellings for shout:

shoult, shou, shouth, shoul, shoute, sout, shouut, scaudate, sccede to, shou5, shou4.


Google Ngram Viewer results for shout:

This graph shows how "shout" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for shout:

  1. I heard him reply; but what more he may have said, was lost in a loud shout from Plummer. – The Ghost Pirates by William Hope Hodgson
  2. I heard the Mate shout – The Ghost Pirates by William Hope Hodgson
  3. He had opened his mouth to shout Hello, Mrs. Peter," when he saw something that surprised him so that he didn't speak at all. – Mrs. Peter Rabbit by Thornton W. Burgess

Quotes for shout:

  1. Do not trust to the cheering, for those persons would shout as much if you and I were going to be hanged.
  2. The recollection of how, when and where it all happened became vague as the lingering strains hung in the rafters of the studio. I wanted to shout back at it, Maybe I didn't write you, but I found you.
  3. I have similar feelings, actually. The intimacy of a club: you can see the people, you can almost feel them; you can't beat that. People will say things, and shout out, it's almost like they're up on the bandstand with you.
  4. There are some people, you know, they think the way to be a big man is to shout and stomp and raise hell -and then nothing ever really happens. I'm not like that I never shoot blanks.
  5. I just wanna give a big shout out to all the fans out there who have followed my work up until now. You guys are amazing!! Hearing from fans is the best feeling in the world.

Rhymes for shout:

  1. bout, clout, doubt, drought, flout, gout, grout, kraut, lout, out, pout, rout, route, scout, snout, spout, sprout, stout, tout, trout, crout, strout, fout;
  2. about, all-out, devout, redoubt, throughout, without, reroute;