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a shout

A greeting, salute, or expression of respect to someone addressed to someone while one is being recorded or broadcast, as on radio, television, or the internet. Real quick, I just want to give a shout to my manager Sarah—without her, I never would have gotten this opportunity. While you're on the line, is there anyone you'd like to give a shout to, such as family or friends?
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shout

n. an exclamation point. (see also screamer, shriek.) Put a shout at the end of the line. Make this dull story more sexy.

shout

/proclaim from the housetops
To make known publicly.
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Firefighters were also shouted at on call outs in Radford, Coundon and Wainbody Wood.
2 : to say in a loud voice <I shouted a warning.
Rhodri Rhys, 32, was said to have shouted to Matthew Knight who was looking out of an upstairs window at Flint Magistrates' Court Rhys, of Moldsdale Road, in Mold, claimed he shouted 'dangerous man walking' but admitted a charge of intimidating a witness.
How many times in our daily lives, in our relationship with God, our loved ones, even strangers, have we in effect shouted "Crucify him
A sound technician at the concert disappeared, and someone in the audience, pretending to know his name, shouted "Valerio
We shouted at each other; we cut one another fairly studiously.
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The protesters held saffron flags and shouted slogans against Naxalism.
Anthony said he had played golf only a few times before joining three colleagues on the course but understood that he needed to take evasive action if someone shouted "fore" .
They shouted a lot of racist abuse and said 'We're going to blow your shop up' and 'We're going to stab you' and kept on telling us to go back to where we came from.
They are alleged to have shouted abuse at staff in a fish and chip shop in Thornaby.
A man in a white van honked his horn and shouted something undecipherable.
He pleaded that he had been cautioned not to shout while standing, so he shouted the news only while running along the street.