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pout

1. short for horned pout, eelpout
2. any of various gadoid food fishes, esp the bib (also called whiting pout)
3. any of certain other stout-bodied fishes
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Pout was founded in 2001 by three friends with a mission to create a fun, inspiring and accessible British makes up brand.