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Synonyms for moan

Synonyms for moan

a long, mournful cry

to utter or emit a long, mournful, plaintive sound

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an utterance expressing pain or disapproval

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indicate pain, discomfort, or displeasure

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It sounded at first like a door opening and shutting in the next room; and then there was a dull moan.
There was another moan, followed by a long silence.
The moan the mother uttered, from time to time, went to My heart.
Look at me, marked until I die with his high displeasure; and moan and groan for what you made him
Moan for your nurture of him, moan for your corruption of him, moan for your loss of him, moan for mine
Again was I suddenly recalled to my immediate surroundings by a repetition of the weird moan from the depths of the cave.
An unnerving finding Bedera uncovered is that the college men she interviewed believe that they are encouraged to continue by a woman's moans.
OFFICE workers' moans about their manager add up to 65 minutes a week, the equivalent of six working days a year.
He moans like anything, Fabian," said the Villa boss.
When he breathes he moans, and there's nothing he can do about this instinctive reaction whatsoever.
But while some of these grumbles may just be a way of making conversation or getting a pet hate off our chest, some of these moans do have a point to them, which is where this show comes in.
IN-A-CITY BLUES Tevez got a hero's welcome but he moans about the city
Meaning morning moaning mourning, i am able to complete 34 moans by the time i've filled half the tank.
I treat each day as if it was my last, and get as many moans out there as I can.
comically, TV antenna-like, making that moan she moans before coughing