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To shout and to talk loudly

shout

verb

to say something in a loud voice

call out

to shout something, especially when you are trying to get someone’s attention

cry

verb

to shout something

scream

verb

to shout something in a loud, high voice

yell

verb

to say something in a loud voice, or to make a loud noise because you are angry, afraid, excited, or in pain

roar

verb

if a crowd of people roar, they all shout at the same time because they are angry or excited

chant

verb

to keep shouting or singing a word or phrase many times

rage

verb

to shout angrily at someone

cry out

to shout something, especially when you are surprised or worried

bellow

verb

to shout very loudly

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a very large party where people eat, sell or share many different types of food, usually held outside or in a large public building

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