pouts; pouted; pouting
1 : to push out your lips to show that you are angry or annoyed or to look sexually attractive
She pouted her lips and stared at him angrily.
The boy didn't want to leave—he stomped his feet and pouted.
The model pouted for the cameras.
Her lips pouted, and she began to cry.
2 [no object] chiefly US : to refuse to talk to people because you are angry or annoyed about something
Whenever he doesn't get his own way, he pouts. [=sulks]
— pout noun, plural pouts [count]
She had a sultry pout on her lips.
— pouted adjective
— pouty /ˈpaʊti/ adjective poutier; poutiest
He had a pouty look on his face.