bawler


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Synonyms for bawler

someone who communicates vocally in a very loud voice

a loud weeper

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Nor the cognate Autem Quaver--Autem (church) features in several such diversely targeted compounds' Autem Bawler (parson): Autem Cacklers and Prickears (Dissenters of every denomination); Autem Cackle Tub (a conventicle or meeting-house for Dissenters); Autem Dippers (pickpockets who practise in churches; also churchwardens aim overseers of the poor).
He's a bawler you can hear a mile off when calling a referee brain-dead, police incompetent, the FA liars and managers selfish.
Saints face Hibs today and McGinn (right) said: "This season has been a bit of a disaster but the boss is not a bawler or shouter, he's very calm.
"The logistics of doing one play across four valleys are huge," said artistic director Stuart Bawler.
He is teak tough physically but not a shouter and bawler. Churchillian speeches are not his thing.
Johnny wasn't a shouter or a bawler like some managers - myself included!
The big fella was a leader of men as a player and proved you don't have to be a shouter and a bawler to gain respect.
"There is a pre-conceived thing around Broughy that he is a shouter and a bawler," said Anderson.
"Even in the dressing room he got his points across at half-time but was never a shouter or bawler. He was constructive.
ROGER Johnson is a shouter and a bawler. If his teammates don't like it, then tough.
I'm a shouter and a bawler, I like to get into the lads and gee them up.
The importance of Hook taking control has been heightened by the personalities around him, with Gavin Henson at inside centre also not renowned as an on-field bawler.