Shout [noun]

Definition of Shout:

loud outcry

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Sentence/Example of Shout:

Andy became aware that his shout had been only a dry whisper.

"Why, it is the hedgerows," roared John, with a shout of laughter.

Before anything more could be said there was a shout from the roadway near them.

Would you have Crane get out on the housetop an' shout to you to go an' cruel Porter's mare?

Was it not, then, the shout the warriors make when they wish to intimidate their enemies?

In the body we may not join our shout with the victors; but in spirit we may even now.

A shout suddenly came from the head of the Winchester column.

A figure approaching in the dusk greeted Dick with a shout of delight.

Grant repressed an impulse to shout, and used the breath for an extra burst of speed.

"Four francs seventy," said Temple through the shout of laughter.