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pout

verb [I or T] uk   /paʊt/ us  
to push the lower lip forward to show you are annoyed, or to push both lips forward in a sexually attractive way: Vanessa always pouts if she doesn't get what she wants. Caroline pouts her lips when she's putting on lipstick.Grimacing and frowningSexual attractionAttractive
pout
noun [C] uk   us  
She didn't say anything but I could tell from her pout that she wasn't very pleased.Grimacing and frowningSexual attractionAttractive
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