to shout about

(someone or something) to shout about

Someone or something that is especially remarkable, noteworthy, or important; someone or something worthy of praise or exultation. The company is promising that they're new product will really be something to shout about. The singer is proving that she is truly someone to shout about—someone who will leave an indelible mark in the history of music.
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be something to shout about

To be especially remarkable or noteworthy; to fill one with pride, excitement, or enthusiasm. A: "Have you eaten at that new restaurant yet?" B: "Yeah, I went there last week. Everything we tasted was something to shout about!" So far his performance hasn't been something to shout about. To be honest, we were expecting much more from him when we recruited him.
See also: shout, something

*something to shout about

Fig. something that causes one to show pride or enthusiasm about someone or something. (*Typically: be ~; have ~.) Getting into med school is really something to shout about. she's something to shout about.
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So be proud you Coventrians, we're the best, most versatile, Don't doff your caps to your 'nouveaux riches' neighbours, But shout our pride, shout it out, shout loud, We have plenty to shout about, shout it, out loud!
So now is the chance for all of you with something to shout about to let us know ...
Send us an email, titled Something to Shout About, with an outline of the story and your contact details to news@liverpoolecho.co.uk.
And I wanted everyone to know, I wanted to shout about it.
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And if somehow the captain foresaw a way to get rich, wouldn't he also have enough good sense not to shout about it?
LIVERPOOL actress Claire Sweeney had something to Shout about last night - the official opening of her latest production was a sell-out.