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    flout - Dictionary definition and meaning for word flout

    (verb) treat with contemptuous disregard
    Synonyms : scoff
    Example Sentence
    • flout the rules
    (verb) laugh at with contempt and derision
    Synonyms : barrack , gibe , jeer , scoff
    Example Sentence
    • The crowd jeered at the speaker
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FLOUT... FOUL + OUT. When a player is sent out by foul, the player shows his contempt to the referee.

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

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

flout sounds like foul;;; foul smells make angry irritating..

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

flOUT(OUTDATED)...SO something which is outdated is always rejected by people.

one who makes Fun and Laugh at others are FLout

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

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

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

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

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