bawling bawling


  • (n) loud cries made while weeping


  1. When the jury said yes, I just started bawling.
  2. I remember my first day of nursery school, bawling because I was afraid I would miss Batman.
  3. He keeps a photo in his cell phone of himself and his bawling son crouched together in a narrow tunnel.



  1. "My dad was in the stands and the moment he found out that I won a medal, he was bawling his eyes out," Nagashima said. "My dad doesn't usually watch me, but he was there today. I was overwhelmed by that."
    on Feb 15, 2010 By: Keiichiro Nagashima Source: Washington Post

  2. The article also quoted Lohan as saying, "I just started bawling. I knew I had a problem, and I couldn't admit it," in reference to her reaction after watching her May appearance on Saturday Night Live. "I saw that SNL after I did it. My arms...
    on Jan 11, 2006 By: Lindsay Lohan Source: Malaysia Star

  3. "If I start talking about it, I'm probably going to end up bawling, so I'm trying to say the right things without losing it," Green said Sunday. "I don't know if I could possibly express what this has done for me personally in terms of...
    on Apr 25, 2010 By: Ken Green Source: TSN

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