faryod, dod, fig'on, nola, baqiriq, qichqiriq, chinqiriqbaqirmoq, qichqirmoq, dodlamoq, dod-voy qilmoq
Noun(1) a cry of sorrow and grief
Verb(1) emit long loud cries(2) cry weakly or softly
(1) But when the blizzards wail the Arctic fox curls its tail over its frosty nose and sleeps in the snows.(2) The captain threw back his head in a wail of anguish, jostling her body in his pain and frustration.(3) the wail of an air-raid siren(4) He really made that guitar wail , though.(5) The pow-pow-pow of gunshots was a familiar sound, as was the wail of police sirens.(6) They whine and wail about how we have all retreated into our suburbs and Internet connections and no longer rally around grand national projects that inspire us with a vision of all that government can do.(7) Christopher let out a wail(8) But, in general, the wail of jazz trumpets and the melancholy echoes of domestic chaos remind you that Elysian Fields resounds with desperation.(9) Traffic is steady and far off he hears the wail of sirens.(10) No noise in the sky, but a wail of sirens constantly around the park, so steady that they sounded like air-raid alarms in the London blitz.(11) The end of the working day in the tea garden is marked by the wail of an air-raid siren.(12) In fact, it's so vivid that as her words tumble out in rapid-fire succession, you can almost hear the wail of the ambulances blaring in the background.(13) Living in the tobacconists on Dane Street owned by his parents, Amy and Fred, he would often be woken by the wail of the air-raid sirens.(14) Suddenly, alarms wail and lights start flashing all around the regeneration cylinders!(15) His substitution prompted a wail of anguish from the midfielder and tears to sting his eyes.(16) I was standing in the cold, bare hallway of a hospital, listening to my child wail and scream from behind a closed door.
(1) wail :: faryod
1. howl ::
2. lamentation ::
3. howl ::
4. mewl ::
1. crow ::
2. delight ::
3. rejoice ::
Different Formswail, wailed, wailer, wailers, wailing, wails
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