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  • v. Present participle of outcry.

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Examples

  • There was no great outcrying amongst the majority for these policies, indeed many were done against express public opinion.

    Matthew Yglesias » Defense Crouch

  • MADDEN: And George -- no, George conceded as much today in "The New York Times" story that was talking about this whole outcrying of -- of angst against -- against ABC.

    CNN Transcript Apr 18, 2008

  • When Joel and I, together, month after month guide these chemistries to completion, and when - O climax outcrying the seven thunders!

    Explorations

  • And there are three things in that travail: — an agony of mind, outcrying for help, and sense of pain: all these things were in the travail of the soul of Christ.

    Sacramental Discourses

  • There was an outcrying for help, Heb.v. 7, “Who in the days of his flesh offered up prayers and supplications, with strong crying and tears unto him that was able to save him.”

    Sacramental Discourses

  • We need to be able to lift up our faces toward heaven in the swelling joys and the startling perils of these mortal hours and cry, 'Hear me,' knowing that God does hear us and that the outcrying of every praying heart rings clear and strong in the courts of the Heavenly King.

    The Threshold Grace

  • By this time the whole place was full of gunpowder smoke, and there was the sound of blows and oaths and outcrying and the clashing of knives.

    Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates : fiction, fact & fancy concerning the buccaneers & marooners of the Spanish Main

  • It would die down for an instant, in response to these appeals, only to burst out afresh as certain groups of traders started the pandemonium again, by the wild outcrying of their offers.

    The Pit: A Story of Chicago

  • Clamoring "Peter!" in vain, vainly outcrying for Peter.

    Songs and Other Verse

  • The crisis of mortal peril in that house enveloped its inmates, and so wrought in him as to enshroud the stripped outcrying husband, of whom he had no clear recollection, save of the man's agony.

    Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith

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