the wind wailed and buffeted the timber structure
Manifest or feel deep sorrow for; lament
she wailed her wretched life
A prolonged high-pitched cry of pain, grief, or anger
Christopher let out a wail
A sound resembling this
the wail of an air-raid siren
howl: emit long loud cries; "wail in self-pity"; "howl with sorrow"
lament: a cry of sorrow and grief; "their pitiful laments could be heard throughout the ward"
cry weakly or softly; "she wailed with pain"
(wailing) lamenting: vocally expressing grief or sorrow or resembling such expression; "lamenting sinners"; "wailing mourners"; "the wailing wind"; "wailful bagpipes"; "tangle her desires with wailful sonnets"- Shakespeare
(wailing) loud cries made while weeping
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(Wailing) Crying (also called sobbing, wailing, weeping, bawling, and blubbering) is shedding tears as a response to an emotional state in humans. ...
A loud cry or shriek; To cry out, as in sorrow; To weep loudly; To make a noise like crying
(wailing) A loud drawn out scream and howl
(wailing) used by eyases/fledglings when begging for food. Adults will also wail when laying on eggs to indicate change from one adult to another
A wail falling upon your ear while in the midst of a dream, brings fearful news of disaster and woe. For a young woman to hear a wail, foretells that she will be deserted and left alone in distress, and perchance disgrace. See Weeping.
To play a tune extremely well.Count Basie did a tune called "Prince of Wails" -- a clever play on words. Damn, Basie's band can really "wail."
(verb) -- to cry or yell loudly and sadly
To thoroughly enjoy yourself dancing. To dance with abandon. As in, Ah wail dong de place.