bawl

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bawl

(bawl)
To cry uncontrollably.
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He isn't a shouter and bawler, but as soon as he talks then everyone listens and respects his views.
Dunbartonshire MELANIE Masson is a bawler and listening to her gave me a headache.
CARDIFF City boss Dave Jones insists that he's not a shouter or bawler, but has two rules that cost a pretty penny or two if broken.
He's not a shouter or a bawler, he treats players with respect and that's why he gets the best out of them.
I'm not a shouter and bawler, but that does not say I'm not talking to the players around me.
Not only is 28-year-old Purse more of a shouter and a bawler, he also brings the kind of Premiership knowhow that Gabbidon is only just picking up at Upton Park.
Derek was never a bawler or a shouter and one for the hairdryer in your face treatment as he was always constructive in his criticism of the players and was always positive.
Sarah Bawler directs the afternoon family show, a musical adaptation of The Adventures of Robin Hood, showing from July 28 until August 4, at 11am or 3pm each day.