One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Talk about something openly and jubilantly, especially something that is personal or has previously been kept secret.
- ‘Instead of shouting my faith from the rooftops, I lived quietly with the Gods.’
- ‘Unionist politicians should be shouting their disgust from the rooftops too.’
- ‘She's hoping that now she is shouting it from the rooftops other people will start to take notice as well.’
- ‘They need instead to shout their message from the rooftops.’
- ‘We want readers to shout their support from the rooftops.’
- ‘So if you are proud of your city then there is a chance to shout it from the rooftops!’
- ‘Then again, Dean wasn't exactly shouting it from the rooftops, either.’
- ‘Now please do us all a favour and shout it from the rooftops.’
- ‘We're not going to shout it from the rooftops, but if the key players stay fit we feel we're capable of surprising a few people.’
- ‘He may not shout it from the rooftops, but he is incredibly passionate about his rugby.’
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