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flout

flout - Dictionary definition and meaning for word flout

Definition
(verb) treat with contemptuous disregard
Synonyms : scoff
Example Sentence
  • flout the rules

Definition
(verb) laugh at with contempt and derision
Synonyms : barrack , gibe , jeer , scoff
Example Sentence
  • The crowd jeered at the speaker

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for flout

FLOUT... FOUL + OUT. When a player is sent out by foul, the player shows his contempt to the referee.
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by imajeeth

A kid asked me if he could FLY his paper plane in the room, I replied bluntly-FLY OUT.
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by userdce

Can be associated with word "Clout" which means "great influence" as "Person who has clout tends to flout" == A person who has great influence tends to show contempt for and break the rules. eg. Salman Khan
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by rhythmdivine2k3

flout sounds like foul;;; foul smells make angry irritating..
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by prashant singla

FLOUT is to treat with contempt. If you have CLOUT you are treated with respect.
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by dshefman

flOUT(OUTDATED)...SO something which is outdated is always rejected by people.
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by preetisoni2411

one who makes Fun and Laugh at others are FLout
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by chandankala

"flout" sounds fly out, so someone flying high in supremacy treats others badly by joking, rejecting and exhibiting disregard
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by jinnie

flow out..that is something rejected needs to flow out
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by berkeley

if u make Fun of me and Laugh then u can get OUT of my house
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by kayla2010

flaw+out=flout when u see any flaw(imperfections) in government.u ask it to step out
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by cnbhaskar55

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