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Things sobbing often describes (“sobbing ________”)
breath, cry, sound, sigh, laugh, whisper, wind, gasp, liquid, moan, wail, fit, catch, note, kisses, woman, mess, voice, scream, groan, break, murmur, mass, whine, thing, streams, words, carry, youth, pause, sounds, song, repose, monotone, embrace, singing, farewell, stops, gust, ball, gasps, child, songs, interruptions, dwarf, tenor, female, inspirations, howl, crescendo, rise, menace, whimper, shriek, call, puddle, stop, hurrahs, foam, hiccup, snarl, kiss, halt, shout, ghost, nod, spell, plea, cries, pass, mood, jane, fall, grunt, notes, tremolo, breeze

How sobbing often is described (“________ sobbing”)
hysterical, loud, uncontrollable, convulsive, low, quiet, violent, muffled, wild, soft, passionate, deep, bitter, dry, stifled, heavy, uncontrolled, half, more, much, pitiful, silent, faint, gentle, suppressed, terrible, smothered, helpless, sudden, constant, desperate, tearless, subdued, unrestrained, dark, anguished, audible, broken, hard, frantic, steady, noisy, spasmodic, hoarse, nervous, painful, hopeless, piteous, hysteric, continuous, mournful, angry, intense, dreadful, awful, strange, childish, muted, slow, heartbroken, harsh, continued, feeble, measureless, pathetic, rhythmic, intermittent, frightened, incessant, sad, occasional, monotonous, endless, tearful, continual, hearted, inconsolable, fitful, soundless, agonized, prolonged, plaintive, weak, frequent, choked, distant, frenzied

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See sobbing used in context: 16 rhymes, 1 Shakespeare work, 1 Mother Goose rhyme, several books and articles.

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