bawl

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bawl

(bawl)
To cry uncontrollably.
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Nowadays, it's not so much a case of I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles as I'm Forever Bawling and Blubbing.
Winning the culture war requires us not only to understand the baneful effects of the "diabolical bawling and twanging" of today's popular music but also to seek out the refining and even ennobling influence of music at its best.
Lovely young girls in white gloves and gowns; adorable young Adonises escorting them; and proud parents bawling at the sight--no wonder the tradition continues.
But a stunned onlooker said: "One minute the girl was laughing and singing with her mum, the next she was bawling her eyes out.
Carlisle manager John Ward said: "It wasn't a question of throwing things about or bawling at the players at half-time.
BAWLING bride Jane sobs in the rain in another typical EastEnders wedding.
A If bawling babies haven't taught him, I'm afraid it will take a very disciplinarian wife, Laurie.
It should have been a poignant scene of Arron Afflalo trying to comfort a bawling Adam Morrison.
Leading firefighter, Ian Scott, said: "The girl had got her leg caught in the bars which hold the bed together and was bawling her eyes out.
TODAY'S choice has to be Steph, for the constant bawling over ``not being first choice like Nush.
He said: "She held me tight when I was bawling my eyes out - she's fantastic.