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1) bawl. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.
...Inflected forms: bawled, bawl·ing, bawls1. To cry or sob loudly; wail. 2. To cry out loudly and vehemently; shout. To utter in a loud, vehement voice. See synonyms...

2) 66232. Yeats, William Butler. The Columbia World of Quotations. 1996
...NUMBER:66232 QUOTATION:A doll in the doll-maker's houseLooks at the cradle and bawls:"That is an insult to us." ATTRIBUTION:William Butler Yeats (1865-1939), Irish...

3) Letter VI-On the Presbyterians. Voltaire, François Marie Arouet de. 1909-14. Letters on the English. The Harvard Classics
...minister appears as another Cato in presence of a juvenile, sprightly French graduate, who bawls for a whole morning together in the divinity schools, and hums a...

4) 23. Break of Day. Sassoon, Siegfried. 1918. Counter-Attack and Other Poems
...The bracken shakes below an ivied tree, 40 And then a cub looks out; and Tally-o-back! He bawls, and swings his thong with volleying crack,— All the clean thrill...

5) Chapter XXXVI. Soundings-Sights from Home-Boston Harbor-Leaving the Ship. Dana, Richard Henry, Jr. 1909-14. Two Years before the Mast. The Harvard Classics
...on the man on the spritsail yard, and the heavy lead drops into the water. Watch! ho! watch! bawls the man on the cat-head, as the last fake of the coil drops from...

6) I. Charitable Souls. Book IV. Hugo, Victor Marie. 1917. Notre Dame de Paris. Vol. XII. Harvard Classics Shelf of Fiction
...But this so-called foundling is a perfect monster of abomination, said Jehanne. 12 He bawls loud enough to deafen a precentor, continued Gauchére. Hold your tongue,...

7) Act IV. Shaw, Bernard. 1903. Man and Superman
...Makin love to a married woman! [He comes angrily between Hector and Violet, and almost bawls into Hector s left ear] Youve picked up that habit of the British aristocracy,...

8) XVI. In Which a Charade Is Acted Which May or May Not Puzzle the Reader. Thackeray, William Makepeace. 1917. Vanity Fair, A Novel without a Hero. Vols. V & VI. Harvard Classics Shelf of Fiction
...33 The curtain draws just as he is going to use that awful weapon. Hassan from within bawls out, First two syllables —and Mrs. Rawdon Crawley, who is going to act...

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