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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to sobbing:   (146 results)

Often used in the same context:
weeping, cried, bawling, wailed, screamed, giggling, blubbering, hugged, trembling, shrieked, gasped, sighed, cradling, teared, smiling, whimpering, clutching, shouted, knelt, yelled, quavered, consoled, laughing, grieving, clasping, dazed, whispered, stared, sniffling, dabbing, hollered, chuckling, moaning, shivering, heartbroken, squirming, murmured, writhing, fainted, praying, muttered, tutted, crouched, kissed, grinning, gestured, crumpled, clapping, keened, groaned, crestfallen, grimacing, facedown, blurted, scowled, stammered, glared, smirked, bellowed, squealed, exclaiming, mumbling, yelped, motioning, quivering, tittered, wincing, mewed, comforted, terrified, fidgeted, begged, blushed, beaming, cooed, cursing, verklempt, huddled, shaking, emoting, hushed, cowering, slouched, sorrowed, glowered, disbelieving, bloodied, vomited, leaned, sat, clenched, moping, tutting, pained, hunched, sprawled, mortified, mouthing, cheering, jabbered, panicked, barked, sobs, wailing, sob, moan, wail, groan, moans, groans, wails, coughing, creaking, cry, gasp, gasps, rumbling, whimper, gasping, banging, hoarse, quavering, strangled, raspy, breathy, hissing, pitched, highpitched, shrill, throaty, guttural, plaintive, stifled, loud, louder, squeaky, unheard, wheezing, wheezy, falsetto

Appears in the definition of:
sob

More general:
crying, tears, utterance, weeping

Synonyms:
sob

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— Adjectives for sobbing: hysterical, loud, uncontrollable, convulsive, low, quiet, violent, muffled, wild, soft, passionate, more...

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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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