groan

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Synonyms for groan

Synonyms for groan

an utterance expressing pain or disapproval

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indicate pain, discomfort, or displeasure

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References in classic literature ?
Tom drew near, and tried to say something; but she only groaned.
Tom groaned out: "Oh, I don't know; don't ask me such awful questions.
Micawber pressed my hand, and groaned, and afterwards shed tears.
At this William groaned, but the minister said, "The proof is heavy against you, brother Marner.
Was the death of a warrior in question, he stabbed with his stick, showing how the blow fell and where; did the story grow sorrowful, he groaned, or even wept.
For all the world like a woman wringing her hands, he raised his clenched fists and groaned.
he groaned, and the clenched fists were raised again to the infinite despair with which his throat vibrated.
Once more the clenched fists went upward and he groaned.
Kitty, hurriedly closing the door after Levin, was not looking that way; but the sick man groaned, and she moved rapidly towards him.
groaned Mr Fledgeby, writhing, 'she was holding his hat, was she?
groaned Mr Fledgeby, with his hand to his head again.
Mr Fledgeby collapsed under the word 'Pickled,' and groaned again.
Stiggins took up a fresh piece of toast, and groaned heavily.
He took a large semi-circular bite out of the toast, and groaned again.
And they both groaned at the atrocious conduct of the elder Mr.