bawl


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bawl

(bawl)
To cry uncontrollably.
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Thus, the impressions that readers form in their minds of a character whose words are introduced by bawl or vociferate will be completely different from those that they form of a character whose speech is reported using verbs such as beg or implore.
My doe bleats, grunts, and even a seductive bawl brought no response from the buck.
The harder she insiDe me and stevie g it's beach volley bawl end after I have tried really hard on the bike."
KEVIN MacDonald is on the "bawl" when it comes to getting Villa's players to follow his orders.
It sure trumped Justin Leonard's infamous "moment, please, I'm gonna bawl" effort from Royal Troon four years ago.
BAWL WINNER Z Ronaldo sinks to his knees to celebrate his goal last night
Pointless to bawl "British jobs for British workers" when it's clear our home-grown won't work.
He didn't take his phone with him to the bogs and started to bawl like a bairn when the handle broke clean off as he tried to get out.
On our way back to the spike camp we heard a cow moose bawl. Immediately, we returned to the power line we used as a travel route and Gerald made a cow bawl that was instantly answered by the same.
G-LEE M* cCULLOCH Rangers' last-gasp goal hero has a bawl at Fir Park, knowing he has forced Celtic to delay their SPL title winning party for at least another week