Cry - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- a loud utterance of emotion (especially when inarticulate) (syn: yell)
- shed tears because of sadness, rage, or pain (syn: weep)
- utter aloud; often with surprise, horror, or joy (syn: call out, cry out, exclaim, outcry, shout)
- proclaim or announce in public
The baby is crying. Is she okay?
Some people cry more easily than others.
He cried silently while the song played.
She cried all the way home from school that day.
She couldn't imagine why anyone would cry over a stupid movie.
She was crying with relief.
They cried tears of joy.
“Help,” he cried, “Get a doctor! Quick!”
I heard someone cry “Wait!” but the train pulled away anyway.
She'd never heard the sound of sea gulls crying by the shore.
The baby's cry woke me out of a deep sleep.
There was a cry of “Fire” and we all rushed for the exits.
The children were playing a game and their happy cries echoed through the house.
Seagulls on the cliffs cried loudly.
With a cry, she rushed forward.
present participle: crying
past tense: cried
past participle: cried
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