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To shoot poults
To push out one's lips
Shortened name of various fishes such as the hornpout (Ameiurus nebulosus, the brown bullhead), the pouting (Trisopterus luscus) and the eelpouts (Zoarcidae)
A fit of sulking or sullenness
Alternative form of poult
One's facial expression when pouting

With a pout, Natasha counted the drops, and her eyelashes kept time.

To say while pouting
To be or pretend to be ill-tempered; to sulk
{n} a four look, sort of fish, young bird
{v} to look sullen, make a lip, frown, hang
A sullen protrusion of the lips; a fit of sullenness
be in a huff and display one's displeasure; "She is pouting because she didn't get what she wanted"
The European whiting pout or bib
To sulk, (to pretend) being ill-tempered
The young of some birds, as grouse; a young fowl
{i} protrusion of the lower lip; acting sullen or displeased; making an unhappy facial expression
a disdainful pouting grimace make a sad face and thrust out one's lower lip; "mop and mow"; "The girl pouted
make a sad face and thrust out one's lower lip; "mop and mow"; "The girl pouted"
{i} type of fish that lives in colder northern waters
ones mouth when pouting
To shoot pouts
To push out ones lips
If someone pouts, they stick out their lips, usually in order to show that they are annoyed or to make themselves sexually attractive. He whined and pouted when he did not get what he wanted. gorgeous pouting models. Pout is also a noun. She shot me a reproachful pout. to push out your lower lip because you are annoyed or unhappy, or in order to look sexually attractive (Perhaps from a language)
To thrust out the lips, as in sullenness or displeasure; hence, to look sullen
marine eellike mostly bottom-dwelling fishes of northern seas
a disdainful pouting grimace
To protrude
catfish common in eastern United States
{f} stick out one's lower lip; make an unhappy facial expression; act sullen or displeased
A person who habitually pouts; a sourpuss
A breed of pigeon that inflates its crop
Present participle of pout
A fish in the cod family (Gadidae), Trisopterus luscus
trout pout
The exaggerated, grotesque result of injection of excessive quantities of collagen into the lips in order to make them appear fuller
To pout
eel pout
fish that resembles an eel; any marine fishes that live at the bottom of the sea of the family Zoarcidae; burbot
horned pout
catfish common in eastern United States
ocean pout
common along northeastern coast of North America
past of pout
someone with a habitually sullen or gloomy expression
{i} type of pigeon; one who has an unhappy facial expression
A variety of the domestic pigeon remarkable for the extent to which it is able to dilate its throat and breast
One who, or that which, pouts
one of a breed of pigeon that enlarge their crop until their breast is puffed out
Childish sullenness
In a pouting, or a sullen, manner
with a pout or in a pouting manner
plural of , pout
third-person singular of pout