blubbing blubbing


  • (v) cry or whine with snuffling



  • The cast, seasoned professionals, use it for motivation and spend the day blubbing like children.


  1. Rossi, 60, said: "Us, of all people! I'm not sure that we deserve it. You hear about people refusing them because it's not rock'n'roll, but that's a dickhead approach. My partner [Parfitt] is even more excited about it - he's probably blubbing."
    on Dec 30, 2009 By: Francis Rossi Source: Independent

  2. Piers, who's new interview series Life Stories kicks off with Sharon Osbourne on Sunday, says: "A lot of Hollywood stars are the most boring people on God's earth. Do I want Kate Winslet blubbing on my sofa and telling me how wonderful she is? No....
    on Feb 17, 2009 By: Piers Morgan Source:

  3. "All the sad bits I did when I was writing it, so I got that bit out of my system then. So I could then stand back and laugh while everyone else was blubbing their eyes out," Davies said.
    on Dec 18, 2009 By: Russell T Davies Source: BBC News

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