bawl

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bawl

(bawl)
To cry uncontrollably.
References in classic literature ?
Just you look at me -- I'm going to sleep crooked, and the captain's not here to bawl at me!"
"Git outa deh way," she persistently bawled, waving feet with their dishevelled shoes near the heads of her children.
"They are coming!" bawled a policeman, hammering at the door; "the Martians are coming!" and hurried to the next door.
Speak low, that you may not awaken anybody.' But Tom seemed as if he did not understand them, and bawled out again, 'How much will you have?
'He looks as if he was a-going, miss,' bawled Brittles, in the same manner as before.
"Yes, and you slapped Frank; I saw you!" bawled Willie Snow, bobbing up in his pew.
Use your clubs!" Horser bawled. "Stand by the door one of you.
Now as Bert and Grubb bawled their chorus for the third time, they became aware of a very big, golden-brown balloon low in the sky to the north-west, and coming rapidly towards them.
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.