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    tout - Dictionary definition and meaning for word tout

    (noun) someone who buys tickets to an event in order to resell them at a profit
    Synonyms : ticket tout
    (noun) someone who advertises for customers in an especially brazen way
    Synonyms : touter
    (noun) one who sells advice about gambling or speculation (especially at the racetrack)
    Synonyms : tipster
    (verb) advertize in strongly positive terms
    Example Sentence
    • This product was touted as a revolutionary invention
    (verb) show off
    Synonyms : blow , bluster , boast , brag , gas , gasconade , shoot a line , swash , vaunt
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for tout

tout: shout to promote (to publicly praise or promote)

improve the previous mnemonic...imagine a stout person praising his muscles

tout= t + out tell it out...this process is called promoting or advertising

Imagine a person selling advise about when "Tendulkar" will be "OUT" for betting on how many runs he will score

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tout=Tendulkar OUT!!!....according to the review system tendulkar was not out but the umpire gave him out....the indian media PUBLICISED this issue too much afterwards....:D

We have to bet on Stout persons in sumo, in order to win

An agent who annoy customers especially with persistent requests

if some1 pawns u wid scout. u must praise him

imagine a stout person who touts

A TOUT or an AGENT - someone who operates as a middleman or a negotiator.

tout - stout it up and shout it out

Shout and Tell it OUT.

the snout saleslady must tout her product in order to get it sold in an unfamiliar market.

You tout; I pout.

producers approach advertiser to tout their product...

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