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bawl

(bawl)
To cry uncontrollably.
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Chirping birds, bawling babies and pesty pups might as well fly off with Thanos in a snap, to another alliteration universe.
Oxford City will be buoyed by the permanent signing of winger Bobson Bawling from Torquay.
"He was bawling at me and he said,'You're leaving and your son is leaving with you.' "When I tried to speak to him he dismissed me with a wave of the hand.
But he says that, if the Italian comes away from the King Power Stadium this afternoon bawling, he will be happy.
Still on the bawl Any notion that St Mirren's Alex Rae may have mellowed after copping a ban for bawling out a ref was blown away as he looked on from the stand at Alloa.
However, when he spotted a staff snapper, who he thought was a sneaky pap, he started bawling. A minion leaped across the table, spilling the drinks and smashing glasses, and tackled the blameless man.
This lady was convicted of stealing PS13,000 to support her ex-lover's cocaine habit and will be remembered for bawling at her son "Don't you f*** start swearing in this house".
Her chilly manner - first seen back in series two - is a reminder of why the Doc turned out the way he did and the little chaps who play Baby Ellingham (four of them in all) rise to the acting occasion, bawling their eyes out whenever granny picks them up.
Another leaflet was from the British National Party bawling "Hate preachers out!
If not, you are also a victim of this "American society and marketing." You have simply chosen a different place to draw the line, which makes it a matter of your opinion--not "a time-honored way of hunting the hard way." I am not opposed to technology, but there is no point bawling everyone out who doesn't agree with you.
"You get nothing done by shouting and bawling. I'm not proud of it but I was known as the Miss Piggy of temper," she added.
Just listening to some overly-stylised little pop moppet perform some OTT caterwauling version of Snow Patrol's Chasing Cars before bawling about "wanting this 110%" and how winning this show "would mean the world" to them is making us want to hurl our remotes at the telly with increasing force.