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To cry out, as in sorrow
To weep loudly
To make a noise like crying

The wind wailed and the rain streamed down.

A loud cry or shriek

She let out a loud, doleful wail.

{v} to lament, grieve, sorrow, bewail
{n} lamentation, audible sorrow
{f} lament, mourn, cry for; make a long loud shrill sound
cry weakly or softly; "she wailed with pain"
To choose; to select
a cry of sorrow and grief; "their pitiful laments could be heard throughout the ward"
If someone wails, they make long, loud, high-pitched cries which express sorrow or pain. The women began to wail in mourning. a mother wailing for her lost child. Wail is also a noun. Wails of grief were heard as visitors filed past the site of the disaster
emit long loud cries; "wail in self-pity"; "howl with sorrow"
{i} lamentation, cry of grief; long loud shrill sound; expression of objection or resentment
To lament; to bewail; to grieve over; as, to wail one's death
If something such as a siren or an alarm wails, it makes a long, loud, high-pitched sound. Police cars, their sirens wailing, accompanied the lorries Wail is also a noun. The wail of the bagpipe could be heard in the distance. + wailing wail·ing Our artillery opened up and we heard a fearful wailing and screeching
If you wail something, you say it in a loud, high-pitched voice that shows that you are unhappy or in pain. `Now look what you've done!' Shirley wailed Primrose, stupefied by tiredness, began to wail that she was hungry
Loud weeping; violent lamentation; wailing
cry weakly or softly; "she wailed with pain
To express sorrow audibly; to make mournful outcry; to weep
wail on
To beat heavily on anything

The wrench wouldn’t budge, even though Tony was just wailing on it with a big old sledge hammer.

wail on
To strike an opponent heavily and repeatedly in a fight
One who wails or laments
A loud drawn out scream and howl

'For as soon as I heard Tewkesbury tell of screams and wailings in the air, and no one to be seen,' said Elzevir, 'I guessed that some poor soul had got shut in the vault, and was there crying for his life.

Present participle of wail
{n} lamentation, audible sorrow
To wail
Simple past and past participle of to wail
a mourner who utters long loud high-pitched cries
{i} one who laments, one who cries in grief, mourner
plural of wailer
loud cries made while weeping
vocally expressing grief or sorrow or resembling such expression; "lamenting sinners"; "wailing mourners"; "the wailing wind"; "wailful bagpipes"; "tangle her desires with wailful sonnets"- Shakespeare
{i} lamenting, crying, mourning
plural of wailing
plural of wail
third-person singular of wail