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Synonyms for pout

sulk

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  • sulk
  • glower
  • mope
  • look sullen
  • purse your lips
  • look petulant
  • pull a long face
  • lour or lower
  • make a moue
  • turn down the corners of your mouth

sullen look

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Synonyms for pout

to be sullenly aloof or withdrawn, as in silent resentment or protest

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a facial contortion indicating displeasure, disgust, or pain

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a disdainful grimace

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catfish common in eastern United States

be in a huff and display one's displeasure

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make a sad face and thrust out one's lower lip

References in classic literature ?
cried she, furious, "he has assumed his respectful air -- and he will pout for a week.
Then, thrusting her under lip out beyond the upper, she made a little pout, which appeared to be familiar to her, executed a pirouette on her heel, and set about collecting in her tambourine the gifts of the multitude.
Celia's face had the shadow of a pouting expression in it, the full presence of the pout being kept back by an habitual awe of Dorothea and principle; two associated facts which might show a mysterious electricity if you touched them incautiously.
Not liking this abrupt removal, the child began to pout and cry.
Petritsky, still humming, winked and made a pout with his lips, as though he would say: "Oh, yes, we know your Bryansky.
While lip fillers are nothing new - Restylane, one of the most popular filling gels was first approved more than 20 years ago - there's a growing trend among young women to try and emulate the plump pouts of their favourite celebs.
Our testers protect their pouts with these mouth-watering hydrators.
John Fairbridge came third with two small eel pouts for 12oz.
I'd rather save my pouts for the one that really catches my eye, then turn away disinterested, and start the game.
There are plenty of others who have chosen not to explain their new-found pouts - mentioning no names, Liz and Patsy.
No one pouts with more conviction than Robert Pattinson, stepping away briefly from his role as lovesick vampire Edward Cullen.