Definitions

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  • noun The action of the verb to shout.
  • verb Present participle of shout.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun uttering a loud inarticulate cry as of pain or excitement
  • noun encouragement in the form of cheers from spectators

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Examples

  • In other words, you can say anything you want out on the campaign trail, in as high-flown language as you'd like to use; but once the shouting is all over, it's often very hard (if not impossible) to make good on these promises when confronted with the way Washington actually works.

    Chris Weigant: Tea Partiers Should Prepare for Disappointment

  • In other words, you can say anything you want out on the campaign trail, in as high-flown language as you'd like to use; but once the shouting is all over, it's often very hard (if not impossible) to make good on these promises when confronted with the way Washington actually works.

    Chris Weigant: Tea Partiers Should Prepare for Disappointment

  • In other words, you can say anything you want out on the campaign trail, in as high-flown language as you'd like to use; but once the shouting is all over, it's often very hard (if not impossible) to make good on these promises when confronted with the way Washington actually works.

    Chris Weigant: Tea Partiers Should Prepare for Disappointment

  • In other words, you can say anything you want out on the campaign trail, in as high-flown language as you'd like to use; but once the shouting is all over, it's often very hard (if not impossible) to make good on these promises when confronted with the way Washington actually works.

    Chris Weigant: Tea Partiers Should Prepare for Disappointment

  • In other words, you can say anything you want out on the campaign trail, in as high-flown language as you'd like to use; but once the shouting is all over, it's often very hard (if not impossible) to make good on these promises when confronted with the way Washington actually works.

    Chris Weigant: Tea Partiers Should Prepare for Disappointment

  • In other words, you can say anything you want out on the campaign trail, in as high-flown language as you'd like to use; but once the shouting is all over, it's often very hard (if not impossible) to make good on these promises when confronted with the way Washington actually works.

    Chris Weigant: Tea Partiers Should Prepare for Disappointment

  • That Obama and his shouting is the best unifier for GOP?

    Poll: GOP makes gains in battle for Congress

  • The reason why they are shouting is no one is listening.

    Specter faces angry crowd at town hall meeting

  • The shouting is turning off people who would normally listen to their concerns and answer questions.

    Specter faces angry crowd at town hall meeting

  • So we can add Representative Ross and Senator Conrad of North Dakota to the list of Democrats who realise that the far-left wing of their party are so far out of touch of with average Americans that they're not even within shouting distance.

    Conservative Democrat gets The Last Word

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