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bawl

  • v  shout loudly and without restraint
  • v  make a raucous noise
  • v  cry loudly
    Don't bawl in public!

  • At least Jimmy Swaggart had the good grace to bawl on television and beat his breast and otherwise oblige the audience with the theatrics of repentance.
  • When he lived in New York City, Ferrell would find the most ordinary painting in a museum and bawl in front of it.
  • Watching a child bawl through a flu vaccine is tough for any parent, and it didn't help when the Centers for Disease Control recommended earlier this year that all children from .
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  • Nikola Mijailovic in Sportinglife.com
    Almost in the first minute he hit me very badly, it was a really inappropriate move for a football player,Mijailovic told Serbian newspaper Kurir. "When I hit back, he started to bawl, to insult me, he even started to stick his tongue out...
  • Mike Modano in Fort Worth Star Telegram
    When it's my time, I'll probably bawl like a baby,Modano said Monday on the eve of his induction into the Texas Sports Hall of Fame in Waco.
  • Chandra Crawford in CBC.ca (blog)
    I am not going to stand here and bawl about it,Crawford said. "It was such a long shot. Did you see my bib number today? It was 47 -- out of 54 girls -- that was my ranking. I was down there with the exotics. I think I was in a Kazakhstan...

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