bawl

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bawl

(bawl)
To cry uncontrollably.
References in classic literature ?
'He looks as if he was a-going, miss,' bawled Brittles, in the same manner as before.
Bert bawled out half angry, half rueful, "You might have said you were going to tip the basket." Then he stood up and clutched the ropes of the car convulsively.
Ronnie Connolly, 24, bawled at neighbours after he lost his handset - threatening to stab two men.
"I approached the coach in July and told him he had shouted and bawled at my son.
So if a team-mate had cost my side a point, or a win, by allowing an opponent to waltz through and score when a carefullydelivered trip would have saved the day, I would have bawled him out in the dressing room afterwards.
So it was little wonder that I bawled my eyes out as Gareth Malone conducted a bunch of military wives singing to their husbands and the Queen (The Choir: Military Wives, BBC Two Wales, Monday, 9pm).
A stile is a step-over when there's no gate, Style is stepping-out, even when late, Don't go for fashion or any other mode, The hedge is trimmed, the lawn is mowed, I know a man who is quite bald, He never cried, he never bawled, Six deliveries are called an over, This is the end, thankfully it's over.
Could Birmingham have had a worse emissary than Rachel Goldsby, who bawled her eyes out when her family group got the elbow on the X Factor?
I am not too macho to say I bawled. I even had my wife read it and she was touched.
Rasiak provided one of last year's TV highlights when he missed a penalty in Derby's play-off semi against Preston, burst into tears and bawled for the rest of the game.
If he doesn't get the dosh you can be sure someone will be bawled out about it."