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Synonyms for blub

cry or whine with snuffling

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LOYALIST gunrunner Lindsay Robb blubbed like a baby in court after he was charged with a breach of the peace.
And then, watching her touching performance as a 50-year-old mum with early-onset Alzheimer's, I blubbed and blubbed when she said: "I wish I had cancer - then I wouldn't feel so ashamed," because it reminded me of my lovely mum, who said the same.
TOY STORY SKY MOVIES FAMILY, 3pm If you've just blubbed your way through Toy Story 3, here's a chance to see where it all began with the first film.
Is this the same tough guy Paxman who blubbed on our TV screens during his search for his ancestors in Who Do You Think You Are?
Cheryl blubbed when her former X Factor protege Amy Connelly returned to compete in the singing contest.
Noakes, the programme's longest-serving presenter, blubbed as he broke the sad news to the nation.
THE England shirt Paul Gascoigne wore when he blubbed at a World Cup Semi-final is to be auctioned next month.
BBC children's TV presenter Andi Peters blubbed yesterday as he quit the kids' show Live and Kicking.
I've never blubbed in public as far as I can remember but I was pretty damn close.
Ousted hopeful Diana Vickers wept, judge Cheryl Cole sobbed and contestant Eoghan Quigg blubbed like a big baby.
The injured Rooney was in tears, Becks, Posh and Brooklyn wept buckets and even the BBC pitch-side commentator blubbed his way through his final report.
FOR a woman who boozed and blubbed her way through the 80s, doesn't Sue Ellen look amazing now.
In second place was former Family Fortunes host Les Dennis, who blubbed through the celebrity version of Big Brother.
This time it was the turn of Kate Winslet, who blubbed her way through the Glamour Women of the Year awards in New York.