shouty


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shouty

(ˈʃaʊtɪ)
adj, -tier or -tiest
informal characterized by or involving shouting: a shouty youth; shouty conversation.
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They then start such a shouty conversation, usually about poo or swearing, that it leaves my left ear drum perforated.
JO Swinson has warned of the return of the "politics of the bully", saying "Faragey, Trumpy, angry, a***y, shouty, slogans aren't a solution to anything".
Jo Swinson warned of the return of the "politics of the bully", saying "Faragey, Trumpy, angry, shouty, slogans aren't a solution to anything".
The footage from inside those cars was shouty and incoherent enough in the first place.
Fed up, Ben has it out with Phil, and in a shouty, tense scene, he asks if Phil ever wanted him in his life.
The arrogance of youth met the brick wall of "wisdom" in blazing rows, mostly involving shouty horror Tyrrel, who Naman told: "I don't like certain aspects of your personality.
IT'S not exactly a shouty ingredient, in fact it is easily overlooked.
Balmain can be a bit of a shouty brand (it is one of the Kardashians' favourites after all) but this is quite understated.
The dancemaking duo (Paul Lightfoot is also NDT's new artistic director) present two pieces set to Philip Glass--Shoot the Moon, a lingering look at various couples behind closed doors, and the wild, shouty Same Difference--and SH-BOOM, to songs from the '30s and '40s.
From shouty Gordon Ramsey to sultry Nigella Lawson, we enjoy watching chefs at work.
Although Shouty has a faintly alien cone-head-like appearance, this trait is somehow endearing, and readers will identify with his battles with his personified midnight junk food cravings.