Yell out – English Phrasal Verb – Online English Lessons

To yell out is to suddenly shout something in a loud voice.

Examples of use:

1. We yelled out to him but he was too far away to hear us.

2. The Take That fans were yelling out Robbie Williams’ name.

3. The protesters yelled out their message during the peace rally.

yell out
present simple
yell out and yells out
-ing form
yelling out
past simple
yelled out
past participle
yelled out

Can you use yell out in a sentence?

When you see a friend across the road, do you yell out their name?

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