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1. Bawl definition is - to cry out loudly and unrestrainedly

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2. Bawl synonyms, Bawl pronunciation, Bawl translation, English dictionary definition of Bawl

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3. To cry or wail; a loud shout, outcry; scold: Your mom will Bawl you out for being late

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4. Bawl definition, to cry or wail lustily

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5. To cry or shout loudly: He started Bawling when the dog snatched his toy

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6. (Definition of Bawl from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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7. To Bawl is to weep or wail loudly

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8. If you tend to Bawl at sad movies, you might want to bring some tissues for wiping your tears and blowing your nose

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9. Synonyms & Antonyms of Bawl (Entry 1 of 2) 1 to shed tears often while making meaningless sounds as a sign of pain or distress he Bawled for days after his dog died

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10. NUTE HORACE HOLDEN We would jibe one another, laugh at a fellow to his chagrin, and when we were angry Bawl each other out unmercifully

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11. Bawl (one's) eyes out To sob or weep loudly, uncontrollably, and for a long period of time

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12. After we broke up, I just lay on my bed and Bawled my eyes out

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13. The word "Bawl" can be used as a noun or a verb

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14. When used as a noun, "Bawl" is a loud, unrestrained shout

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15. See 6 authoritative translations of Bawl in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.

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16. Bawl Definition: shout loudly and without restraint; to cry

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17. Examples: Don't Bawl in public!

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18. Bawl - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums

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19. Definition of Bawl to cry extremely loudly Examples of Bawl in a sentence Even as the spoiled rich girl put on her diamond bracelets, she would Bawl about how her parents didn’t love her

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20. Bawl out Informal To reprimand loudly or harshly

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21. [Middle English Bawlen, to bark, from Medieval Latin baulāre, to bark (probably of Scandinavian origin) or from Old Norse baula, to low (of imitative origin).]

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22. Bawl (third-person singular simple present Bawls, present participle Bawling, simple past and past participle Bawled) (transitive) To shout or utter in a loud and intense manner

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23. Bawl /bɔːl $ bɒːl/ verb 1 [ intransitive, transitive] (also Bawl out) to shout in a loud voice SYN yell ‘Tickets, please!’ Bawled the conductor

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24. What does Bawl mean? To shout or call out noisily; bellow; yell

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25. Verbi frasali: Inglese: Italiano: Bawl [sb] out vtr phrasal sep phrasal verb, transitive, separable: Verb with adverb(s) or preposition(s), having special meaning, divisible--for example, "call off" [=cancel], "call the game off," "call off the game.": slang (shout at, reprimand) (per sgridare): urlare a [qlcn] vi verbo intransitivo: Verbo che non richiede un complemento oggetto: "Dormivo

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27. Bawl (one's) eyes out To sob or weep loudly, uncontrollably, and for a long period of time

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28. After we broke up, I just lay on my bed and Bawled my eyes out

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29. See also: Bawl, eye, out Bawl out 1

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30. A person's name or a pronoun can be used between "Bawl" and "out." The teacher Bawled us out when she caught us cheating on the test

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31. Bawl (out) something (at somebody) He sat in his office Bawling orders at his secretary

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32. + speech (+ out) ‘Get in here now!’ she Bawled out

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33. The Bawl family name was found in the USA between 1840 and 1920

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34. The most Bawl families were found in the USA in 1880

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35. In 1840 there were 2 Bawl families living in Maryland

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36. This was about 40% of all the recorded Bawl's in the USA

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37. Maryland and 1 other state had the highest population of Bawl

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38. Bawl definition: If you Bawl , you shout in a very loud voice , for example because you are angry or you Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples

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39. Bawl someone out, Bawl out someoneReprimand someone angrily.

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42. This page is about the various possible words that rhymes or sounds like Bawl

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43. He began to Bawl a reveler's song, popular with cowboys on a spree, and old man Thomas joined him.: But si Tona could only Bawl and Bawl like a cry-baby, till her son got really angry.: He gave his orders in writing that he might not have to Bawl to a deaf foreman.: I know I'd Bawl my eyes out even if it does say there aren't any tears in heaven.: And they were just about to fasten the milking

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44. Looking for online definition of Bawl or what Bawl stands for? Bawl is listed in the World's largest and most authoritative dictionary database of abbreviations and acronyms The Free Dictionary

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45. Bawl out (someone) or Bawl (someone) out chiefly US, informal : to yell at (someone) for doing something bad or wrong His boss Bawled him out for forgetting about the meeting.

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46. Bawl 2; 0; English Translation

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47. Patois: Bandulu dem a Bawl caah babylon wul dem dung English: Criminals are crying because the police held them down

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48. Synonyms for Bawl in Free Thesaurus

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49. 78 synonyms for Bawl: shout, call, scream, roar, yell, howl, bellow, bay, clamour, holler, raise your voice

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50. Med en blanding af no-nonsense flyderattitude og boblende beats, bygger Bawl en lille ø man kan bo på i en kold verden.

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54. Synonyms for Bawl include roar, shout, bellow, yell, holler, scream, vociferate, call, cry and howl

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55. Dictionary entry overview: What does Bawl mean? • Bawl (verb) The verb Bawl has 3 senses:

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56. Cry loudly Familiarity information: Bawl used as a verb is uncommon.

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57. Bawl is a verb that means to shout, to emit loud cries without restraint.Bawl also means to cry noisily, the adjective form is Bawling.Bawl came into use in the middle of the fifteenth century, originally meaning to howl like a dog, from the Old Norse baula, meaning to low like a cow and the Medieval Latin baulare, to bark like a dog.The first use of Bawl to mean reprimand loudly appears in

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58. The Bawl True Wireless Auto Pair Earbuds & Case are the future of Bluetooth earbuds

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59. How to say Bawl in English? Pronunciation of Bawl with 2 audio pronunciations, 15 synonyms, 3 meanings, 4 sentences and more for Bawl.

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60. French Translation of “Bawl” The official Collins English-French Dictionary online

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61. Med en blanding af no-nonsense flyderattitude og boblende beats, bygger Bawl en lille ø man kan bo på i en kold verden.

Blanding, Boblende, Beats, Bygger, Bawl, Bo

62. Med en blanding af no-nonsense flyderattitude og boblende beats, bygger Bawl en lille ø man kan bo på i en kold verden.

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BAWL [bôl]

VERB
bawl (verb) · bawls (third person present) · bawled (past tense) · bawled (past participle) · bawling (present participle)

  • weep or cry noisily.
Synonyms: cry . sob . weep . shed tears . wail . blubber . snivel . whimper . whine . howl . squall . ululate .
  • shout or call out noisily and unrestrainedly.
Synonyms: shout . call out . cry out . cry . yell . roar . bellow . screech . scream . shriek . howl . whoop . bark . growl . snarl . bluster . vociferate . trumpet . thunder . whisper .

NOUN
bawl (noun) · bawls (plural noun)

  • a loud, unrestrained shout.
Synonyms: shout . yell . cry . roar . bellow . screech . scream . howl . whoop . whisper .