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Synonyms for shout

cry (out)

Synonyms

shout someone down

Synonyms for shout

a loud cry

to speak or say very loudly or with a shout

to proclaim in a blatantly startling way

Synonyms for shout

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ONE lady was so excited about winning that she literally wanted to shout from the rooftops.
We caused them problems in all areas but it is one game of football and I will not shout from the rooftops.
Our plan is to involve our partners such as the police, local authorities, Race Equality Councils, and Learning and Skills Councils and shout from the rooftops about all that people have achieved to bring about racial harmony and understanding.
I'm not going to shout from the rooftops about how good a season we're having because it's early days yet and I know how quickly things can change in football.
This is making them a fortune but that's not something they want to shout from the rooftops.
You must have opportunities to have private moments on your own, but you don't need to shout from the rooftops that you're going upstairs to enjoy yourself
THE Tories were never slow to shout from the rooftops at the first whiff of scandal when Labour were in power.
Think of it another way: before you all get on your high horses in Liverpool and shout from the rooftops that crime rates here are 'some of the lowest in the country' think about all the gangsfromLiverpoolwhoarenot committing crime here but making crime rates rise elsewhere and stereotyping your own city and Scousers.
PETER Baker is not one to shout from the rooftops when he's happy, but he showed a certain joy as he set off for this week's Open Championship at Royal Birkdale.
But there are too few people in the game who will stand up to the might of the elite chairmen and shout from the rooftops when they ride rough-shod over an understanding between the Premier League and the LMA.
It didn't prove to be a simple task for Goode, however, and while I'm not the kind of man to shout from the rooftops that someone should be sacked or resign from their job, it is not the first time he has done something like this.