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Synonyms for cry

Synonyms for cry

to make inarticulate sounds of grief or pain, usually accompanied by tears

to speak suddenly or sharply, as from surprise or emotion

to speak or say very loudly or with a shout

to make known vigorously the positive features of (a product)

a sudden, sharp utterance

the act of demanding

a rallying term used by proponents of a cause

Synonyms for cry

a loud utterance of emotion (especially when inarticulate)

a slogan used to rally support for a cause

a fit of weeping

proclaim or announce in public

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demand immediate action

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utter a characteristic sound

bring into a particular state by crying

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au quoted the Cry Translator's developers Pedro Barrera and Luis Meca as telling the Daily Mail: "These five cries are universal to all babies regardless of culture or language.
They will understand cries through tone, endurance, through the pattern of the cry.
The team has employed sound pattern recognition approach that uses a statistical analysis of the frequency of cries and the power function of the audio spectrum to classify different types of crying.
I worry that this same God may be out there right now listening to the cries of the poor and homeless in our streets.
He recorded the alarm cries of the shrike-tanager and of the bluish-slate antshrike, the sentinel species of the understory flocks.
In a nail-biting showdown that pairs passion with poise, hawkers will take to the stands to flaunt their best cries during an audition to become a finalist and member of the 'Hawker Hall of Fame.
Crying -- encompassing the spectrum from full-throated cries to whimpers -- first was monitored for 5 minutes among 16 babies.
Let her know that it upsets you, too, and that your sister cries when your mother leaves.
Until the end of history he cries "I thirst," and becomes the companion of every emptiness, the secret fullness of every lack, brother to our suffering, peace in our pain, love where least expected.
When a woman cries it is often the full works,' he said, 'whereas men's crying tends to be a bit pathetic.
In fact, 70% of those surveyed said they feel like a bad parent when their baby cries continuously.
95; Innova Hardcover), by Sandy Jones, helps parents interpret their baby's cries and respond to them appropriately.
And the latter was secured in the saaq provisions, warning that the cries of widows, orphans, sojourners, and poor people against any oppression visited upon them would call in question the destiny of the entire national project (Exod.
Among the three countries with the most gold medals thus far, China cries the least, with only 7 percent of its athletes succumbing to tears.
While others say that deliberately ignoring the cries of a baby is both cruel and emotionally damaging?