Pout is defined as to protude the lips or outwardly express disapproval by sulking.(verb)
An example of pout is a child sitting with their arms folded, looking down at the ground after not getting their way.
See pout in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME pouten, ult. < IE base *bu-, to swell
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verb pout·ed, pout·ing, pouts pouts verb, intransitive
Origin: Middle English pouten
Origin: , perhaps of Scandinavian origin.
noun pl. pout pout or pouts
Origin: Middle English *poute
Origin: , from Old English -pūte (as in ǣlepūte, eelpout).
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