tout

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Someone advertising for customers in an aggressive way
To flaunt, to publicize/publicise; to boast or brag; to promote

They are touting their PowerSpheres, but I don't know how well those really work.

advertize in strongly positive terms; "This product was touted as a revolutionary invention"
If someone touts for business or custom, they try to obtain it. He visited Thailand and Singapore to tout for investment
To act as a tout; to tout, or give a tip on, a race horse
One who gives a tip on a race horses for an expected compensation, esp
The anus
To give a tip on (a race horse) to a better with the expectation of sharing in the latter's winnings
To look narrowly; spy
To act as a tout
someone who advertises for customers in an especially brazen way
One who solicits custom, as a runner for a hotel, cab, gambling place
To spy out information about, as a racing stable or horse
disapproval If someone touts something, they try to sell it or convince people that it is good. It has the trappings of an election campaign in the United States, with slick television ads touting the candidates
someone who advertises for customers in an especially brazen way someone who buys tickets to an event in order to resell them at a profit advertize in strongly positive terms; "This product was touted as a revolutionary invention
A spy for a smuggler, thief, or the like
one who sells advice about gambling or speculation (especially at the racetrack)
(pronounce towt) To ply or seek for customers “A touter” is one who touts (From Tooting, where persons on their way to the court held at Epsom were pestered by “touts ” “A century or two ago, when the court took up Its quarters at Epsom [many of] the inhabitants used to station themselves at the point where the roads fork off the Epsom by Tooting and Merton, and `tout' the travellers to pass through Tooting It become a common expression for carriage-folk to say, `The Toots are on its again ' ”- Walford: Greater London, vol ii p 530
See 2d Tout
If someone touts tickets, they sell them outside a sports ground or theatre, usually for more than their original value. a man who made his money touting tickets
Informant
To toot a horn
One who secretly watches race horses which are in course of training, to get information about their capabilities, for use in betting
The promotion of a security in order to attract buyers
In the game of solo, a proposal to win all eight tricks
{f} praise, highly recommend; scout race horses during training and to gain information that will aid in betting
To spy out the movements of race horses at their trials, or to get by stealth or other improper means the secrets of the stable, for betting purposes
{i} one who aggressively solicits business; one who scouts race horses in training in order to gain information to aid betting (British); ticket scalper, one who sells tickets for a price higher than face value (British)
in hopes of a share in any winnings; usually contemptuous
A tout is someone who sells things such as tickets unofficially, usually at prices which are higher than the official ones. ticket tout someone who buys tickets for a concert, sports match etc and sells them at a higher price, usually on the street near a sports ground, theatre etc American Equivalent: scalper
show off
To ply or seek for customers
someone who buys tickets to an event in order to resell them at a profit
To promote a security in order to attract buyers
tout court
only; just
tout de suite
Immediately, right away

If you want to catch the bus, you'd better leave tout de suite!.

tout le monde
everyone, everybody

And when the aura of sports reaches the stratospheric level of a Michael Jordan, tout le monde takes notice. — Chicago Tribune, November 20, 1991.

tout ensemble
a total impression or effect of something made up of individual parts
ticket tout
A person who resells tickets for events at more than the official price

Skinner told the court he was an experienced ticket tout who travelled the world buying and selling tickets and merchandise to sporting events, concerts and festivals.

racetrack tout
someone who offers advice about betting on horses (either to influence the odds or in the hope of sharing some of the winnings)
ticket tout
someone who sells tickets outside a theatre or sports ground at a high price because there are not many available American Equivalent: scalper
touted
past of tout
touter
someone who advertises for customers in an especially brazen way
touter
One who seeks customers, as for an inn, a public conveyance, shops, and the like: hence, an obtrusive candidate for office
touting
present participle of tout
touts
third person singular of tout
touts
plural of tout
tout