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Definition of "bawling" []

  • To utter long loud cries, as from pain or frustration; wail (verb)
  • To shout loudly, as in anger (verb)
  • A loud shout or cry (noun)
  • Present participle of bawl. (verb)

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Use "bawling" in a sentence
  • "We had to search someone the other day (it turns out that my trainer knows the guy and figured that searching his car was a safe way for me to try my first real search), and the older women began "bawling" when we began to search him and his car."
  • "Rushing in, I was informed that Noah was "bawling" (which fact was perfectly evident), having jammed his fingers in trying to "hist" the window."
  • "To think of having uneducated and formerly godless people "bawling" the"