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  • n. Plural form of shouting.


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  • With incendiary divisive remarks inciting shoutings like Kill him!

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  • Came to our ears distant shoutings and cries of some street crowd, and we knew the soldiers were keeping the streets cleared.

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  • The guns formed an obtuse angle with each other, as it was necessary to direct them to the precise spot where the shoutings of the enemy were heard, and whence they were approaching us.

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  • In my ruraltown, we have driveby shoutings! on March 14, 2008 at 10: 51 am | Reply Alfred of Wessex

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  • The porter Wassilij lay on his back and thought of the time when Rubashov had been conducted in triumph through the meetings, after his rescue from the foreigners; and of how he had stood leaning on his crutches up on the platform under the red flags and decorations, and, smiling, had rubbed his glasses on his sleeve, while the cheerings and shoutings never ceased.


  • There were shoutings and jostling along the way to the Community Hall.

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  • How's bout his own rantings, attempted contact of AQ and witness statements about his shoutings etc.

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  • Others of the eerie creatures converged on the scene and the shoutings of the pigmy multitude rose high and menacing.

    "Once in a Blue Moon" by Harl Vincent, part 4

  • There were shoutings, bangings on the table, sharp suspicious glances, furious denials.

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  • London amid wonderful shoutings, and passed through the army at Blackheath on the twenty-ninth of May (his birthday), in the year one thousand six hundred and sixty.

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