pouts, 3rd person singular present; pouted, past participle; pouting, present participle; pouted, past tense;
Push one's lips or one's bottom lip forward as an expression of petulant annoyance or in order to make oneself look sexually attractive
she lounged on the steps, pouting
he shrugged and pouted his lips
(of a person's lips) Be pushed forward in such a way
her lips pouted provocatively
A pouting expression
his lower lip protruded in a sulky pout
a disdainful grimace
sulk: be in a huff and display one's displeasure; "She is pouting because she didn't get what she wanted"
eelpout: marine eellike mostly bottom-dwelling fishes of northern seas
make a sad face and thrust out one's lower lip; "mop and mow"; "The girl pouted"
horned pout: catfish common in eastern United States
(Pouting (expression)) The Snout reflex is a pouting or pursing of the lips that is elicited by light tapping of the closed lips near the midline. The contraction of the muscles causes the mouth to resemble a snout.
(Pouting (fish)) Trisopterus luscus (also known as bib, pouting, pout whiting or pout) is a fish belonging to the cod family (Gadidae). It is found along the European coast. Usually grows to 30 cm (12 inches) or less.
One's facial expression when pouting; A fit of sulking or sullenness; To push out one's lips; To be or pretend to be ill-tempered; to sulk; To say while pouting
(Pouting) Flaky white fish, member of the whiting family.