BAWL


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AcronymDefinition
BAWLBehavioral Approach to Weight Loss
BAWLBay Area Writers League (Texas; est. 1987)
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Speak low, that you may not awaken anybody.' But Tom seemed as if he did not understand them, and bawled out again, 'How much will you have?
I'm all down at heel; my cap's on one side; and nobody bawls at me.
"Git outa deh way," she persistently bawled, waving feet with their dishevelled shoes near the heads of her children.
"They are coming!" bawled a policeman, hammering at the door; "the Martians are coming!" and hurried to the next door.
'He looks as if he was a-going, miss,' bawled Brittles, in the same manner as before.
Bert bawled out half angry, half rueful, "You might have said you were going to tip the basket." Then he stood up and clutched the ropes of the car convulsively.
[First], I will examine the distribution of the verbs throughout the fourteen novels (see section "General Overview"), with a specific focus on the verbs growl (see section "Growl") and croak (see section "Bawl").
Because of the abundance of fawns, coyotes are very responsive to fawn bawls. But invariably, I end up calling in many more does than coyotes.
Squatting down, she dragged her derriere through the dry forest clutter while emitting the most plaintive bawl I have ever heard.
Fans who pay their money are entitled to bawl what they like at players and swear and scream to their hearts' content.
We were skating around for a while when, the next thing I know, I'm lying on my stomach in the bottom of a huge bawl with my foot on backwards.
We are all responsible for our actions and our life, despite our juvenile need to bawl and scream and point fingers of blame and make believe that someone other than 'T' is responsible.