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To shout and to talk loudly - thesaurus

Synonyms

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

mainly literary 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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after

adverb

if you call or shout after someone, you call or shout to them as they are leaving

at the top of your voice/lungs

with a very loud voice

bark

verb

to say or shout something in a loud angry voice

barrack

verb

mainly British to shout at someone who is speaking, playing, or performing in public because you do not like them

barrack

verb

Australian to shout in order to show that you support someone or something

bawl

verb

to shout in a loud angry way

bay

verb

to shout or ask for something in an angry threatening way, especially when you want someone to be punished

belt out

to shout or sing something loudly, or to play something loudly on a musical instrument

boo

verb

to shout at a speaker or performer, to show that you disagree with them or that you think they are not very good

burst out

to suddenly say or shout something

cackle

verb

to talk or say something in a loud high voice

call

verb

to speak loudly, or to shout to someone who is not near you

call

verb

to say loudly the names or numbers on a list

cheer on

to shout loudly in order to encourage someone

clamor

verb

to shout or talk loudly

clamour

the British spelling of clamor

ejaculate

verb

old-fashioned to suddenly say or shout something

hail

verb

formal to shout to someone as a way of attracting their attention

heckle

verb

to interrupt a speaker at a public meeting by shouting remarks, insults, etc. at them

holler

verb

informal to shout very loudly

hoot and holler

to shout in an excited way

howl

verb

to say something in a loud angry voice

hurl

verb

to shout at someone in a very angry way

jeer

verb

to shout or laugh at someone in an unkind way that shows you have no respect for them

let loose

to say or shout something

let off steam

to shout or do something that allows you to get rid of anger

make yourself heard

to say something loudly enough for people to hear

project

verb

to make your voice loud enough to be heard at a distance

raise your voice

to speak in a loud angry way

rant and rave

to shout and complain angrily about something

rap out

to say something loudly and quickly

roar

verb

to say something in a loud, deep, angry voice

scream

verb

to state something in a loud way that is difficult to ignore, or to be immediately obvious

scream blue murder

to shout or protest very loudly because you are very angry or feeling a lot of pain

scream/yell bloody murder

to shout or protest in a loud and angry way

screech

verb

to make a loud, high, and unpleasant cry, especially when you are upset

shout

verb

to use a loud voice when you are angry

shout

verb

to use a loud voice when you want someone far away to hear you

shout down

to make it difficult to hear what someone says by shouting while they are speaking

shout out

to interrupt a speech or lecture by shouting something

shout yourself hoarse

to shout so much that your throat becomes sore and you cannot speak very well

shriek

verb

to shout in a loud high voice because you are frightened, excited, or surprised

shriek

verb

to say something in a very loud high voice

shrill

verb

to say something in a loud high unpleasant voice

sing out

to call out loudly

speak up

to talk louder

squawk

verb

to say something in a loud, high, and unpleasant voice

thunder

verb

to say something in a very loud, angry voice

wail

verb

to shout or cry with a long high sound to show that you are in pain or are very sad

whoop

verb

to shout unexpectedly because you are very happy or excited about something

yell out

to shout something

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