Definitions for "tout"
Aggressively promote a particular security. Usually done by someone with a vested...
To look narrowly; spy.
To spy out the movements of race horses at their trials, or to get by stealth or other improper means the secrets of the stable, for betting purposes.
To publicize and over-hype information on events in a shameless manner. Touts also often make reckless and false claims.
In British English, a tout is any person who solicits business or employment in an importune manner (generally equivalent to a solicitor in American English). In the most common usage, a ticket tout is someone who engages in ticket resale (though a ticket reseller is known colloquially as a scalper rather than a solicitor in U.S. parlance). Another example would be a person who frequents heavily touristed areas and presents himself as a tour guide (particularly towards those who do not speak the local language).
Keywords:  toot, horn
To toot a horn.
a person - usually a twentysomething Nepali man - who makes his money as a middleman
When used as a noun, a person who is paid by a company (usually a micro-cap) to post favorable messages about that company, in an attempt to raise the stock price. When used as a verb, the act of posting such messages. This is strictly forbidden in Investorville, and is illegal (per SEC regulations) unless the tout clearly indicates that the company is paying the tout for these “services”.
someone who advertises for customers in an especially brazen way
advertize in strongly positive terms; "This product was touted as a revolutionary invention"
Keywords:  solo, tricks, eight, win, proposal
In the game of solo, a proposal to win all eight tricks.
Keywords:  ply, seek, customers
To ply or seek for customers.
Keywords:  sort, promotes, arranges, business
a sort of go-between who arranges and promotes business
Keywords:  anus
The anus.
Keywords:  off
Keywords:  act, see
To act as a tout. See 2d Tout.