Part of speech:
To express at length a complaint or negative opinion:
To talk with great or excessive enthusiasm (about)
To talk proudly about deeds, abilities, etc., either one's own or those of someone close to one, esp. in a manner showing too much pride and satisfaction; brag
To utter the shrill cry characteristic of a rooster.
To gaze or think with exultation or malicious pleasure
To boast, brag, or show off in a loud, superior manner
To cause to increase in size, volume, extent, degree, etc.
To fill or cover with vapor:
To provide (a structure) with a strut or struts.
To be lively and noisy; revel boisterously
To treat in an overbearing or intimidating manner.
To face or undergo with bold self-assurance:
To annoy or harass persistently; pester; nag
To do away with; terminate:
To make a continuous low, murmuring sound, as flowing water.
To cry out loudly, as in anger or pain
(Slang, Sports) To drive (a ball) far with a sharp blow of the bat or club
To say while blubbering
Alternative spelling of gasconade.
To anger; annoy.
To make timid; fill with fear:
To spread about (a report, rumor, etc.)
To spread or prevail forcefully:
To laugh loudly or excitedly.
To be violently angry; rage; rant
To splash (a liquid), as in a container
To be an indication or source of potential danger, harm, etc.
Chaotic or unstable eddying motion in a fluid. Avoiding excessive turbulence generated around moving objects (such as airplanes), which can make their motion inefficient and difficult to control, is a major factor in aerodynamic design.
To utter in a loud, vehement voice.
To make a clamor; cry out, demand, or complain noisily
To call out (wares for sale, services offered, etc.); announce publicly
To shout “halloo.”
(Informal) To complain.
(Austral., N.Z., Informal) To treat (someone) to (a round of drinks, etc.)
To utter (something) or cry out loudly and vehemently, especially in protest.
To drive, urge on, chase, bring about, etc. with whoops
To talk loudly, raucously, or coarsely.
To utter or express with a loud cry.
Showy courage or defiant confidence, often, specif., when one is actually afraid
To spy out or otherwise get information on (racehorses)
To injure or kill by gas, as in war
To boast about (something); brag of
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