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Synonyms for blub

cry or whine with snuffling

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'Win or lose, on the booze!' Not: 'If you fail, have a wail.' Nowadays, it's not so much a case of I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles as I'm Forever Bawling and Blubbing.
TOMORROW: Dave Robson DAVE ROBSONWhy blubbing, surrounded by strangers and accompanied by friends, qualifies as entertainment I'm not sure
WHEN Ellen MacArthur isn't blubbing into a webcam in the middle of some ocean or other, chances are she will be inside a Renault Espace, writes ANDY DUNN.
Expect more tears than backstage at the Oscars with so-called Psycho, Stuart Pearce, among those blubbing.
Cheryl Fernandez-Versini started blubbing when she saw Amy Connelly, who she mentored when she first joined the show in 2008.
Linda James' anti-bullying website has brought help and comfort to hundreds of victims, but the 48-year-old, from Tremorfa, Cardiff, admits to "blubbing" with emotion when she was told that her teenage son, Alex, had put her name forward for the accolade.
Lord knows what the tough Muscovites, who've lived through terrible hardships, made of the multimillionaire Englishman blubbing over a fluffed kick.
Before long he was blubbing in the toilets of a swanky wine bar, looking "like a walrus with a tan" according to a braying yuppie.
It's a feelgood TV movie that will have you blubbing by the end - and looking forward to the return of Dancing On Ice at the weekend.
No girlish blubbing for the Newsnight Rottweiler, oh no.
Sienna, 23, was blubbing - yet again - after ANOTHER crisis meeting with ex Jude Law.
In the last hit series, David Dickinson was moved to tears by what he saw, so will Cilla start blubbing when confronted by this image by Belinda Eaton?
I enjoyed the snap of the spidey 19-year-old blubbing at his spell in jail.
BLUBBING Matthew Wright's tears on I'm a Celebrity are all genuine, his wife insisted yesterday.
Footage of starving Ethiopian children sent the blubbing foursome straight to the loos for a sob fest.