To shout at

to utter shouts at; to deride or revile with shouts.

See also: Shout

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Although it is a norm for most parents to shout at their children, in some situations, I wonder why she shouts because I prefer her to sit me down and talk to me about it,' she said.
I am no employment expert but in 40 years of work I have never been shouted at and nor have I ever seen the need to shout at anyone else; it is a basic human courtesy.
Police officers warned him, but he continued to shout at people.
We asked should teachers be allowed to shout at their kids.
But education chiefs have ruled it is "inappropriate and unprofessional" for teachers to shout at pupils.
Nick Seaton, chairman of the Campaign for Real Education, said: "Teachers have to shout at times to keep discipline and no one should get uptight about that."