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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishshoutingshout‧ing /ˈʃaʊtɪŋ/ noun [uncountable]  1 when people say things very loudly We heard a lot of shouting and went to investigate.2 be all over bar the shouting
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shoutingBut their attention was attracted to the sounds which arose in the background - a sort of confused hammering and shouting.They crack jokes, laughing and shouting.Down the stairs, in the hall, a noise of rough laughter and shouting arose, and grew.Screaming and shouting are a help, though stress may be transferred to neighbours or family unless they are prepared for it.The singing and shouting ceased as we did this.And adults do not need to be on the verge of shouting or crying for these mechanisms to be involved.Some commentators, however, believe that some of the most important points were lost in the shouting.
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