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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


Related Words

demand immediate action

Related Words

utter a characteristic sound

bring into a particular state by crying

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Disphonic newborn cries allow prediction of their perceived meaning.
Similarly, feed him at fixed intervals and not every time he cries," says Dr Kent.
The laments of Jeremiah, the psalmists, and others who continue to hold fast to God are a reminder that the God who loves us does not desert when summer fades but, when the difficult days arrive, keeps a ready ear open to our cries.
Barbara Korsch, a professor of pediatrics at USC's Keck School of Medicine and attending pediatrician at Childrens Hospital Los Angeles, cites studies by psychiatrist Rene Spitz on the hazards of overlooking such cries.
Shesgreen's revisionist close reading of Hogarth's 'Enraged Musician' shows how the artist, satirizing his continental rivals, placed a collection of hawkers in the crowded alley of an historical neighbourhood, where, in an atmosphere of filth and stench, the silence of Laroon's Cries is replaced by raucous clamour, and Amigoni's innocent children become a source of social menace.
Heskin, who cries at the sight of a wedding party, also prays a prayer of thanks every time she sees the Washington Monument in the background during national newscasts.
Attentiveness to the mumbled cries of the poor and the silent cries of the land was to be the hallmark of this new historical experiment in community.
Hunger: Hunger cries tend to be rhythmic -- a sudden, loud burst, a pause to catch his breath, then more crying and the pattern broadens.
DETROIT -- Comerica Park's Four Hawker Finalists Display Ballgame Battle Cries During a Pre-Game Ceremony; Title Decided by Fan Votes, Passion for Hawking, Creativity and Overall Technique
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.
But do the cries of babies from one country differ from the cries of babies from another country?
Today, we ask what makes them cry I'M NOT someone who cries a lot.
While others say that deliberately ignoring the cries of a baby is both cruel and emotionally damaging?
95; Innova Hardcover), by Sandy Jones, helps parents interpret their baby's cries and respond to them appropriately.