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Definition of the noun pout
What does pout mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: pouts
- a disdainful grimace
- marine eellike mostly bottom-dwelling fishes of northern seas
- lexical domain: Animals - nouns denoting animals
- synonym of pout: eelpout
- more generic terms: blennioid / blennioid fish = elongated mostly scaleless marine fishes with large pectoral fins and reduced pelvic fins
- more specific terms:
- member of: family Zoarcidae / Zoarcidae = eelpouts
- catfish common in eastern United States
- lexical domain: Animals - nouns denoting animals
- scientific names: Ameirus melas / species Ameirus melas / Ameiurus melas melas / subspecies Ameiurus melas melas / Ameiurus vulgaris / species Ameiurus vulgaris / Ictalurus melas / species Ictalurus melas / Ictalurus melas melas / subspecies Ictalurus melas melas / Silurus melas / species Silurus melas / Ameiurus Melas
- synonyms of pout: horned pout / hornpout
- more generic terms: bullhead / bullhead catfish = any of several common freshwater catfishes of the United States
- geographic area: Middle America, North America
- observational distribution: specimen and observational data from the Global Biodiversity Information Facility Network (not necessarily true occurrence density gradients)
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Alternative definition of the noun pout
- One's facial expression when pouting.
- A fit of sulking or sullenness.
- [rare] Shortened name of various fishes such as the hornpout (Ameiurus nebulosus, the brown bullhead), the pouting (Trisopterus luscus) and the eelpouts (Zoarcidae).
Definition of the verb pout
What does pout mean as a doing word?
verb - inflections: pouted | pouting | pouts
- be in a huff and display one's displeasure
- example: She is pouting because she didn't get what she wanted
Syntactic formula Example for the syntactic formula [Agent - being] [Verb] Paul laughed [Agent - being] [Verb] [Oblique] [Adjective] Paul laughed himself sick [Agent - being] [Verb] [Oblique 1] [Path Preposition] [Oblique 2] The audience laughed the actor off the stage [Agent - being] [Verb] [Theme] Paul laughed a cheerful laugh [Agent - being] [Verb] at [Cause] Paul laughed at the story [Agent - being] [Verb] in / from [Theme] She laughed in/from embarrassment [Agent - being] [Verb] at / to / towards / for [Recipient] Paul laughed at Mary
Verbs Involving the Body (with the same syntax): beam, cackle, chortle, chuckle, cough, cry, frown, gape, gasp, gawk, giggle, glare, glower, goggle, grimace, grin, groan, growl, guffaw, howl, jeer, laugh, moan, scoff, scowl, sigh, simper, smile, smirk, sneer, sneeze, snicker, sniff, snigger, snivel, snore, snort, sob, titter, weep, whistle, yawn.
- lexical domain: Stative - verbs of being, having, spatial relations
- synonyms of pout: brood / sulk
- more specific words: grizzle / brood / stew = be in a huff
- entailment: resent = feel bitter or indignant about
- make a sad face and thrust out one's lower lip
Alternative definition of the verb pout
- [intransitive] To push out one's lips.
- [intransitive] To be or pretend to be ill-tempered; to sulk.
- [transitive] To say while pouting.
- [Scotland] To shoot poults.
"Pout" a.k.a. "Fair" is a 2000 short film directed by David Duponchel.
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Phrases with Pout
- Pout Whiting
- ocean pout
- Trout Pout
- Aurora Pout
- horned pout
- Norway Pout
- Silvery Pout
- Aleutian Pout
- Halfbarred Pout
- Atlantic Soft Pout
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Pout
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pout is a pseudoscalar, a frequency distribution ...
by Richard B. Berry
and extraluminal pressure (Pout) are shown. B, The upstream pressure (Pus) is less than critical closing pressure (Pcrit). No airflow occurs. Pout is the pressure surrounding the collapsible segment of the upper ...
by Patricia Davidson
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Modeling and Numerical Simulations by Zhen-Guo Wang
POUT is the transient pressure at the head of the nozzle; PTAIL is the steady pressure at the head of the nozzle; p is the acoustic pressure at the head of the nozzle; KDISS is the dissipation factor of sound pressure in the nozzle; Ω is the ...
From RF Subsystems to 4G Enabling Technologies by Ke-Lin Du, M. N. S. Swamy
Outage capacity The capacity outage probability Pout is the probability that the conditional channel capacity C(H) drops below a certain rate R Pout = Pr(C(H) < R).
Good Housekeeping (1905)
The great pout is that whatever the child is taught to play it should be taught to play well. This is something upon which parents cannot insist too strenuously. In it lies the difference between good playing and sloppy playing, possibly all through ...
With Illustrations Descriptive of Its Scenery and Biographical Sketches of Some of Its Prominent Men and Pioneers by Brink, McDonough & Co
Pout is a French Word, and means bridge in Engli~h. Hence the name, Prairie du Pont, or, Prairie Bridge. It was relllul about 17-30, by people from Cnholtitt. The origin of its !t'lllt'lll"Ill is undoubtedly due to the inundations to which the bottom ...
A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...
pout, also poto, a lip: Icel. putt, representing a blurt of the mouth with protruded lips]: to stick or thrust out the lips in ill-humor or in contempt: N. a fit of sullenness. PouT'ING, imp.: AD.J. projecting; prominent: N. act of one who pouts; childish ...
pout. pot noun A deep, round container: a coffee pot; a flower pot. pot (pot) Cnnoun, plural pots potash noun A chemical compound that contains potassium. Potash can be gotten from wood ashes and is used in fertilizer. pot-ash (pot' ash') ...
by Adrian Room
pout/moue A pout is a sulky look,
A moue is a disdainful or derisive pout (the French word is the equivalent of the English mow, as in 'mops and ...
A new universal etymological technological, and pronouncing dictionary of the English language (1849)
by John Craig (F.G.S.)
(pout, a foot, and ophis, a serpent, Gr.) A name given by Weigmann for a genus of Lizards of the family Scinoidie, belonging to the subdivision which has not the ...
In which the Words are Explained in Their Different Senses, Authorized by the Names of the Writers by Whom They are Used, Or the Titles of the Works in which They Occur, and Deduced from Their Originals by John Jamieson
POUT, s. 1. A young partridge or moorfowl, S. Acts Ja. VI. Fr. poulet, a pullet; Lat. pullus. 2. The chicken of any domesticated fowl, S. 5. A young girl, a sweetheart. Ross. To Pout, v. n. To shoot at young partridges; also, to go a-pouting, to go to ...
by John Jamieson
POUT, s. 1. A young partridge or moor- fowl, S. Acts Ja. VI. Fr. pouleU a pullet ; Lat. pullus. 2. The chicken of any domesticated fowl, S. 3. A young girl, a sweetheart. Ross. To Pout, v. n. To shoot at young partridges ; also, to go a- pouting, to go ...
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Azzy starts her pouting face because everything is not going her way.
she really does have this face down pat. and whips it out at a moments notice.
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- Pout Meaning
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Quotes about Pout
I think the quality of sexiness comes from within. It is something that is in you or it isn't and it really doesn't have much to do with breasts or thighs or the pout of your lips. (Sophia Loren)
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Scrabble value of P3O1U1T1
The value of this 4-letter word is 6 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.Couldn't select: Got error 28 from storage engine