from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of pout.
- n. An expression or motion that pouts; a pout.
- n. A fish in the cod family (Gadidae), Trisopterus luscus
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Childish sullenness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act or art of taking pouts (the fish).
- n. The act of protruding the lips petulantly; a pout.
- n. The act or art of taking pouts (the bird).
She planted herself in front of Col, her whole body an expression of pouting indignation.
This is nowhere more marked than in relations with the US, where European policy swings between docile subservience and opportunistic pouting from the sidelines, forever falling short of the happy mean of assured self-confidence.
The walk out was nothing more than pouting from the Bush administration officials.
He then psychologically distances himself from the project, not in the sense of 'pouting' - we are professionals after all - but in the sense of no longer having clarity on what he may decide.
I was the maker of the baby "baked" into cupcake, and was kind of pouting to my boyfriend that I didn't win, but it was so fun to make it really was ok and I got the nifty bookmark, too : My boyfriend was so cute - he suprised me with an oh-so-sweet cupcake key chain as my prize!
And as far as "pouting" is concerned... pouting and kids?
Chubby said, pouting, meaning there was nothing cool about it at all.
How many picture can we conjure up of a helmeted Tomlinson, dark glass and all, "pouting" on the sideline?
Please tell me the "pouting" and serious face is a joke, please.
Levi also says Palin was "pouting" after her failed vice presidential bid, and that she wanted to exchange her governor's seat for a book or TV career which would be "triple the money."