• WordNet 3.6
    • v pout make a sad face and thrust out one's lower lip "mop and mow","The girl pouted"
    • v pout be in a huff and display one's displeasure "She is pouting because she didn't get what she wanted"
    • n pout catfish common in eastern United States
    • n pout marine eellike mostly bottom-dwelling fishes of northern seas
    • n pout a disdainful grimace
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Pout A sullen protrusion of the lips; a fit of sullenness. "Jack's in the pouts ."
    • n Pout (Zoöl) The European whiting pout or bib.
    • n Pout The young of some birds, as grouse; a young fowl.
    • Pout To protrude. "Pouting lips."
    • v. i Pout To shoot pouts.
    • Pout To thrust out the lips, as in sullenness or displeasure; hence, to look sullen. "Thou poutest upon thy fortune and thy love."
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n pout One of several fishes which have swollen or inflated parts.
    • n pout An eel-pout.
    • n pout The bib or blens, Gadus luscus; the whiting-cod: more fully called whiting-pout.
    • n pout In the United States, a kind of catfish, Amiurus catus, and others of this genus; a horn-pout.
    • pout To fish or spear for pouts.
    • pout To thrust out the lips, as in displeasure or sullenness; hence, to look sullen.
    • pout To swell out; be plump and prominent: as, pouting lips; pouting clusters of grapes.
    • pout To puff out or swell up the breast, as a pigeon. See pouter, 2.
    • pout To thrust out; protrude.
    • n pout A protrusion of the lips as in pouting; hence, a fit of sullenness or displeasure: as, she has the pouts.
    • n pout A pouter pigeon. See pouter, 2.
    • n pout A young fowl or bird: same as poult.
    • n pout Figuratively, a young girl; a sweetheart.
    • pout To go gunning for young grouse or partridges.
    • n pout In coal-mining, a tool used for knocking out timbers in the workings.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • v.i Pout powt to push out the lips, in contempt or displeasure: to look sulky: to push out or be prominent
    • n Pout a fit of sulkiness or ill-humour
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  • Lord Byron
    “So much alarmed that she is quite alarming, All Giggle, Blush, half Pertness, and half Pout.”


Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
OE. pouten, of uncertain origin; cf. Prov. pot, lip, Prov. F. potte, faire la potte, to pout, W. pwdu, to pout, be sullen, poten, potten, a paunch, belly


In literature:

Ellen shook her head and Gladys saw it and pouted.
"Jewel's Story Book" by Clara Louise Burnham
Discontent is shown by raised eyebrows and wrinkled forehead; disgust by a curl of the lip; offence by a pout.
"Essays on Education and Kindred Subjects" by Herbert Spencer
Zay is a young lady now, and I presume when she reads this story she will pout and blush, and the more because it is every word true.
"Connor Magan's Luck and Other Stories" by M. T. W.
Now, don't pout and shake your head, Juliet; I do most earnestly wish you to go.
"Mark Hurdlestone" by Susanna Moodie
One moment she pouted, the next she let him touch her hand.
"The Bad Man" by Charles Hanson Towne
I saw no one sulking or pouting or in bad temper.
"Craftsmanship in Teaching" by William Chandler Bagley
She'll be fretting, and the mother pouting, and the councillor in ane o' his particular Dutch touch-me-not tempers.
"The Bow of Orange Ribbon" by Amelia E. Barr
The pretty girl pouted, and asked me for the Globe, behind which she buried herself.
"The Ghost" by Arnold Bennett
The first day or two after her arrival, Miss Flora pouted at me.
"Autumn Leaves" by Various
She pouted, and I do believe he grit his teeth.
"The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 18, No. 110, December, 1866" by Various

In poetry:

If I could love, I'd find me out
A roguish, laughing eye,
A cheek to blush, a lip to pout,
A pure, kind heart, to sigh.
"Song - If I Could Love" by John Gardiner Calkins Brainard
Anna looked into her mirror,
Pouted and gave a frown:
Said 'Victor's as dull as a wet afternoon
But I've got to settle down.'
"Victor" by W H Auden
Come live with me and be my Dear;
And till that happy bond shall lapse,
I'll set your Poutings in Brevier,
Your praises in the largest CAPS.
"The Passionate Printer To His Love" by Henry Austin Dobson
And Autumn cries
"Be sad!" or sighs
Thro her nun lips palely pouting.
But then I leap
To the woods and keep
It wild with gleeing and shouting.
"Wanda" by Cale Young Rice
"Such arts as these exalt the drooping fire,
But in my breast a fiercer flame inspire:
I burn! I burn! O give thy puffing o'er,
And swell thy cheeks, and pout thy lips, no more!
"Colemira. A Culinary Eclogue" by William Shenstone
Then Belle and Effie Mackinnon came to the door with a start,
While Belle's red, pouting lips were wide apart;
But when she saw the Redcoats coming ashore
She thought she had never seen such splendid men before.
"The Bonnie Lass o' Ruily" by William Topaz McGonagall

In news:

We're snagging perfect pout ideas from our fave red-carpet rockstars, Emma, Taylor and Selena.
First, some tips on how to prep your pout and apply your lip color.
He begs, throws tantrums, pouts, refuses to speak to his parents and the like.
Victoria Beckham carried her adorable daughter Harper through JFK Airport Saturday, and David Beckham 's two favorite girls were wearing look- alike pouts.
You better not pout, I'm telling you why: Santa Claus is coming to The Southwest Times.
No matter how much you plan, prepare, prod the spouse or pout the holiday season still makes most of our blood pressure rise sometimes between December first and the twenty fifth.
As long as daughters pout when fathers proclaim, "I don't want you to see that boy," Footloose will endure.
The voluptuous 32-year-old posed and pouted her way through a photo shoot for French magazine Factice and RadarOnline.com has the sexy shots.
This month, we paired up with makeup artist Lisa Eldridge to create the perfect pout.
Victoria Beckham carried her adorable daughter Harper through JFK Airport Saturday, and David Beckham 's two favorite girls were wearing look-alike pouts.
Try wearing the key element from each—like bronzed skin, big lashes or a pink pout.
5 Purple Pouts for Right Now.
Roddy White could have pouted, could have complained, could have stirred things up in the locker room.
The pouting kid at the Giants game got to take one home.
As Emily T Hope, the moneyed teenager looking for love from her emotionally distant single dad (Jack Thompson), Silverstone pouts a lot while trying to wring our sympathy.

In science:

D and on the choice of the functions Pout (n) and Pin (n).
First, we derive a formal solution for Gn,t that is valid for general Pout and Pin .
At time t + 1 it has moved outwards to layer (j + 1) or (for j > 0) inwards to layer (j − 1) or within the same layer (j ), with probabilities pout(j ) or pin (j ) or pstay (j ), respectively.
Random walk on disordered networks
Note that, pin (j ) + pout (j ) + pstay (j ) = 1, since the walker must move at each time-step.
Random walk on disordered networks
The probability pout (j ) is proportional to the number of paths connecting layer (j ) with layer (j + 1).
Random walk on disordered networks