The Collaborative International Dictionary
Strout \Strout\, v. i. [See Strut.]
To swell; to puff out; to project. [Obs.]
Strout \Strout\, v. t.
To cause to project or swell out; to enlarge affectedly; to
vb. (context obsolete transitive English) To cause to project or swell out; to enlarge affectedly; to strut.
Strout is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
- Anton Strout (born 1970), American writer
- Cushing Strout, American historian
- Elizabeth Strout (born 1956), American writer
- Richard Strout (1898–1990), American journalist
Usage examples of "strout".
Dr Strout, are you saying that twelve milligrams of morphine injected directly into the vein is sufficient to cause death?