bawl

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bawl

(bawl)
To cry uncontrollably.
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However, when he spotted a staff snapper, who he thought was a sneaky pap, he started bawling.
Quite the best pictures to emerge were those of a couple of London "models" bawling their eyes out in disbelief as they were sent down for six weeks for stealing lingerie.
This week I had the misfortune to see one such big baby bawling his eyes out on live TV because West Ham United lost and will now have to play their football in the second tier of English football.
Thousands of bawling fans have packed the city's Motorpoint Arena every night since the smash-hit show rolled into town for the first of eight shows in six days.
He doesn't go shouting and bawling in the newspapers, and fair play to him.
No, French is the sort of poet who can entwine bowling and sex into a truly outrageous concoction, a riotous explosion of energy and wit that can leave a room bawling with laughter.
he fairly stumbled down the steps, bawling for his breakfast.
Crashing sounds like a bulldozer tearing up the woods rose from the valley, along with grunting, bleating, bawling, and a couple of violent snort-wheezes followed by the clashing of antlers as two or more bucks parried for the services of the big doe.
So what's she doing, bawling like a predatory rock chick and demanding hot love?
I have just had to be so miserable for weeks and I am completely fed up of bawling.
The near 15,000 made as much noise as happens at a boxing match and with the majority of them bawling out for O' Sullivan's victory it was not surprising that Ding finally broke down in tears.
A lot of big dudes who you'd think would be pretty tough, once they get out, they're bawling like little girls,'' said J.