from The Century Dictionary.
- To cry as a cat; squall.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- intransitive verb To cry as a cat; to squall; to wail.
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- verb to
wail, to cryplaintively
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- verb make high-pitched, whiney noises
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Afture tihs pikshure wuz taiken, Jack adn hims bruvvers hangeded teh tropheey onna waul azza mehmentoe
Hims bees goeing soe fasst, hims iys huggyng teh waul;
Nawt shur ib iz sayme storee, but teh wun ah reedz teh man hoo bilded teh waul nawt ebin noze teh man hooz flat it wuz had a kitteh, nebbir mynd daht kitteh wuz hydin weher he wuz bilding teh waul.
Mirrow, mirrow onna waul, whooz teh pritteest kitteh ov awl?
Ai sez weez taikes awl ov teh “Grammure, Spehllyng, & Punkshuashun Komplainers”, lien tehm up genst teh waul adn:
Hmmm, wye ar yuu lobbing teh kamrah offa teh waul adn jumpyng onna kamrah cayse; Wye…?
Gotta hayng iyt inna pikshure fraime onna waul at teh Tybooteek foar awl ov CheezeLannd tu sea:
The waul of the bagpipe vibrated inside his head, and suddenly he looked up at the clouds on Mt Aenos, and was struck by the thought that he must have died and entered paradise.
There can be no doubt whatever of the existence of these walls, for Leland begins his description of the town with the words '_Richemont_ Towne is waullid,' and in another place he says: 'Waullid it was, but the waul is now decayid.
Bootlbac, the drumbeater! 'and this led off to the howl of Areep, the dervish; and this was followed by the shriek of Zeel, the garlic-seller; and the waul of Krooz el Krazawik, the carrier; and the complainings of