bawling

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{n} great noise, loud talking or crying
present participle of bawl
{i} loud crying, weeping
loud cries made while weeping
bawling out
Present participle of bawl out
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To shout or utter in a loud and intense manner
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To wail; to give out a blaring cry
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to proclaim by outcry
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{v} to speak very loud, call out, cry aloud
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To cry out with a loud, full sound; to cry with vehemence, as in calling or exultation; to shout; to vociferate
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If you bawl, you shout in a very loud voice, for example because you are angry or you want people to hear you. When I came back to the hotel Laura and Peter were shouting and bawling at each other Then a voice bawled: `Lay off! I'll kill you, you little rascal!' He tried to direct the video like a fashion show, bawling instructions to the girls. = yell Bawl out means the same as bawl. Someone in the audience bawled out `Not him again!'
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A loud, prolonged cry; an outcry
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make a raucous noise
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{f} cry out; cry; yell; scold
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cry loudly; "Don't bawl in public!"
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If you say that a child is bawling, you are annoyed because it is crying loudly. One of the toddlers was bawling, and the other had a runny nose. a bawling baby
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To proclaim with a loud voice, or by outcry, as a hawker or town-crier does
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cry loudly; "Don't bawl in public!" shout loudly and without restraint
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shout loudly and without restraint
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To cry loudly, as a child from pain or vexation
bawling

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    Etymologie

    [ 'bol ] (verb.) 1570. Middle English, to bark, probably of Scandinavian origin; akin to Icelandic baula to low.

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