v. дутися, дути, набендюжитися, намурмоситися
The girl looked up and pouted.
The child pouts at his parents because he did not get a gift.
“An opera house,” Eve said and had McNab’s pretty face moving into a pout.
As she stood there pouting, refusing to pluck a single plum, it occurred to Serge to shake the tree violently.
'He's such a monster, you know,' said Merry, pouting.
I pushed lightly on his chest and stepped back with a pout.
I shall be angry,' she added with a little coquettish grimace, and she pouted.
Kelly put the cigarettes away and pouted.
'Oh! no, we can't race,' she said, disdainfully, with a pout.
Not with any sense of guilt or betrayal-the idea of that made her pout in disdain.