Need another word that means the same as “tout”? Find 27 synonyms and 30 related words for “tout” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Tout” are: blow, bluster, boast, brag, gas, gasconade, shoot a line, swash, vaunt, commend, endorse, praise, recommend, support, urge, push, speak of, talk of, peddle, sell, hawk, offer for sale, market, vend, tipster, ticket tout, touter
Tout as a Noun
Definitions of "Tout" as a noun
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “tout” as a noun can have the following definitions:
- A person who offers racing tips for a share of any resulting winnings.
- One who sells advice about gambling or speculation (especially at the racetrack.
- A person soliciting custom or business, typically in a direct or persistent manner.
- An informer.
- A person who buys up tickets for an event to resell them at a profit.
- Someone who buys tickets to an event in order to resell them at a profit.
- Someone who advertises for customers in an especially brazen way.
Synonyms of "Tout" as a noun (3 Words)
|ticket tout||A list of candidates nominated by a political party to run for election to public offices.|
|tipster||A person who gives tips, especially about the likely winner of a race or contest.|
|touter||Someone who advertises for customers in an especially brazen way.|
Tout as a Verb
Definitions of "Tout" as a verb
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “tout” as a verb can have the following definitions:
- Sell (a ticket) for an event at a price higher than the official one.
- Advertize in strongly positive terms.
- Show off.
- Spy out the movements and condition of (a racehorse in training) in order to gain information to be used when betting.
- Attempt to persuade people of the merits of.
- Offer racing tips for a share of any resulting winnings.
- Attempt to sell (something), typically by a direct or persistent approach.
Synonyms of "Tout" as a verb (24 Words)
|blow||Be blowing or storming.|
A man whose cover was blown.
You threaten and bluster but won t carry it through.
|boast||(of a person, place, or thing) possess (a feature that is a source of pride.|
He boasted that he had taken part in the crime.
They were bragging about how easy it had been.
|commend||Present as suitable for approval or acceptance recommend.|
His paintings commend him to the artistic world.
|endorse||Be behind; approve of.|
The speed and accuracy achieved will be endorsed on the certificate.
|gas||Attack with gas subject to gas fumes.|
I thought you d never stop gassing.
|hawk||Of a person hunt game with a trained hawk.|
The tribes like to hawk in the desert.
|market||Deal in a market.|
We go marketing every Saturday.
|offer for sale||Make available; provide.|
|peddle||Sell or offer for sale from place to place.|
He was arrested after trying to peddle guns.
|praise||Express one’s respect and gratitude towards (a deity), especially in song.|
The parents praised their children for their academic performance.
|push||Make strenuous pushing movements during birth to expel the baby.|
I was pushing hard until about 10 laps from the finish.
|recommend||Advise or suggest (something) as a course of action.|
The travel agent recommended strongly that we not travel on Thanksgiving Day.
|sell||Sell all of one s property possessions or assets.|
The brothers sell shoes.
|shoot a line||Throw dice, as in a crap game.|
|speak of||Use language.|
|support||Support with evidence or authority or make more certain or confirm.|
Olivier supported Gielgud beautifully in the second act.
|swash||(of water or an object in water) move with a splashing sound.|
The water swashed and rippled around the car wheels.
|talk of||Deliver a lecture or talk.|
|urge||Encourage (a person or animal) to move more quickly or in a particular direction.|
I urged him to finish his studies.
He was initially vaunted by the West for his leadership of the country.
|vend||Offer (small items) for sale, either from a stall or from a slot machine.|
There was a man vending sticky cakes and ices.
Usage Examples of "Tout" as a verb
- This product was touted as a revolutionary invention.
- Shop managers would stand in the street touting for business.
- She was touted as a potential Prime Minister.
- He made his fortune touting tickets.
- Sanjay was touting his wares.
Associations of "Tout" (30 Words)
The conference was acclaimed as a considerable success.
The tackle brought the supporters to their feet in acclamation.
|admire||Look at (something impressive or attractive) with pleasure.|
I admire your courage.
|adulatory||Excessively praising or admiring.|
The tone here is adulatory and uncritical.
|advantage||Give an advantage to.|
She had an advantage over her mother s generation.
|applaud||Express approval of.|
His speech was loudly applauded.
|ballyhoo||Blatant or sensational promotion.|
After all the ballyhoo the film was a flop.
|cajolery||Coaxing or flattery intended to persuade someone to do something.|
She uses cajolery deception and manipulation to get what she wants.
|commend||Present as suitable for approval or acceptance recommend.|
Commend me to my son and bid him rule better than I.
|commendable||In an admirable manner.|
A commendable sense of purpose.
|commendation||An official award (as for bravery or service) usually given as formal public statement.|
The film deserved the highest commendation.
|compliment||Congratulations or praise expressed to someone.|
My compliments on your cooking.
|creditable||Worthy of often limited commendation.|
A very creditable 2 4 defeat.
|deify||Exalt to the position of a God.|
These young men deify financial success.
|eulogistic||Formally expressing praise.|
|exalt||Make noble in character; dignify.|
Romanticism liberated the imagination and exalted the emotions.
Extol the virtues of one s children.
|flatter||Praise somewhat dishonestly.|
Don t flatter yourself I wasn t doing it for your benefit.
|glory||An indication of radiant light drawn around the head of a saint.|
Images of Christ in glory.
|glowing||Expressing great praise.|
He received a glowing report from his teachers.
|hype||A deception carried out for the sake of publicity.|
Is his comeback a hype.
|kudos||An expression of approval and commendation.|
She was looking for kudos rather than profit.
|laud||Praise (a person or their achievements) highly.|
All glory laud and honour to Thee Redeemer King.
|laudable||Worthy of high praise.|
Laudable motives of improving housing conditions.
|laudatory||(of speech or writing) expressing praise and commendation.|
Enthusiastic and laudatory articles.
|panegyric||A public speech or published text in praise of someone or something.|
A panegyric on the pleasures of malt whisky.
|praise||The expression of respect and gratitude as an act of worship.|
They sang a hymn of praise to God.
|praiseworthy||Deserving approval and admiration.|
A significant and praiseworthy increase in computer intelligence.
|venerate||Regard with feelings of respect and reverence; consider hallowed or exalted or be in awe of.|
Philip of Beverley was venerated as a saint.
|worthy||Worthy of being chosen especially as a spouse.|
A worthy fellow.