NounBout (plural Bouts)
- A period of something, usually painful or unpleasant
- (boxing) A boxing match.
- (fencing) An assault (a fencing encounter) at which the score is kept.
- (music) A bulge or widening in a musical instrument, such as either of the two characteristic bulges of a guitar.
- (dated) The going and returning of a plough, or other implement used to mark the ground and create a headland, across a field.
Adjectives for Bout
match; stiff; humiliating; distressing; winding; dressing; wassail; exciting; boring.
Verbs for Bout
cancel—; engage in—; indulge in—; stage—; take part in—; time—; witness—; —attracts; —draws; —thrills.
fight, fighting, fisticuffs, fling, foursome, game, games, games of chance, go, guzzle, gymkhana, infighting, inning, innings, jag, joust, lark, match, matching, meet, meeting, occasion, opportunity, orgy, pentathlon, period, place, play, play-off, ploy, potation, prizefight, prizefighting, pub-crawl, pugilism, pulse, race, rally, randan, randy, relief, rencontre, revel, revolution, rotation, round, runoff, savate, say, series, session, set-to, shadowboxing, shift, singles, spar, spell, sport, spree, stint, struggle, symposium, systole, tear, test, the clinches, the fights, the ring, thesis, threesome, tilt, time, time at bat, toot, tour, tournament, tourney, trial, trick, turn, twosome, upbeat, wassail, whack, wheel, wingding, arsis, bacchanal, bacchanalia, bacchanalian, bat, beat, bender, binge, boxing, boxing match, bust, carousal, carouse, celebration, chance, circle, circuit, close fighting, compotation, concours, contest, course, cycle, debauch, decathlon, derby, diastole, double-header, doubles, downbeat, drinking bout, drunk, drunken carousal, duel, encounter, engagement, escapade, event,
Bout m. (plural Bouts)
- third-person singular indicative present of bouillir