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bawl

(bawl)
To cry uncontrollably.
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Mr Bawler said: "The idea is to invite people to help us devise the story and create the characters through attending workshops taking place throughout June."
The "bawler," as Bakhtin called him, loved to dress and always dressed nicely like a dandy.
"You want to see how he interacts with the players, you can get a grasp of if he's a bit of shouter or a screamer or bawler but he doesn't seem any of that, he seems very calm and the lads appreciate that a lot more than the other."
"He's not a shouter or a bawler. He's just a player who does all the little things right and leads by example, and he's obviously showed with Huddersfield this season that he's a winner.
Sharapova delivered her part of the bargain, the raging Russian screaming her way through to the final in spectacular fashion, but Belarussian bawler Azarenka lost 2-1 to the much quieter Czech Petra Kvitova in the other semi-final.
AWAY from the pitches and the stadiums, Mick McCarthy is not the belligerent bawler people might think him to be.
"He is not a shouter or bawler like other players but he has a massive amount of respect in the dressing room and he can use that to give less experienced players a lift."
"I am not a shouter and bawler but I am certainly realistic and performances haven't been good enough.
I'm not a shouter and bawler, screaming at my kid or the referee although I've seen and heard a few of those on the touchline.
As the longest-serving player in Everton's squad - he was actually Moyes's first major signing when he arrived initially on loan from Olympique Marseille in the summer of 2002 - the Nigerian certainly has the experience but he'll never be another shouter, bawler and cajoler in the same way as Neville.
"He's not a shouter or a bawler. He doesn't need to because when someone who has been in the game for 37 years speaks you all listen to what he wants to tell you."
'They are the ones who do it week in week out and it is important they are happy with what we are doing on the training field and during a game 'I am not a bawler or a screamer, I don't have a short fuse at all, I am pretty patient,' he said, no doubt to the relief of the Unnamed Player.