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Synonyms for cry

Synonyms for cry

to make inarticulate sounds of grief or pain, usually accompanied by tears

to speak suddenly or sharply, as from surprise or emotion

to speak or say very loudly or with a shout

to make known vigorously the positive features of (a product)

a sudden, sharp utterance

the act of demanding

a rallying term used by proponents of a cause

Synonyms for cry

a loud utterance of emotion (especially when inarticulate)

a slogan used to rally support for a cause

a fit of weeping

proclaim or announce in public


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demand immediate action

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utter a characteristic sound

bring into a particular state by crying

References in classic literature ?
cried D'Artagnan, "they'll suppose us to be stronger than themselves, as we're in pursuit; they'll be afraid and will disperse.
cried D'Artagnan, in his stentorian voice; "we shall laugh over all this in five minutes.
Be happy," cried the Nightingale, "be happy; you shall have your red rose.
But the Tree cried to the Nightingale to press closer against the thorn.
cried the Tree, "the rose is finished now"; but the Nightingale made no answer, for she was lying dead in the long grass, with the thorn in her heart.
Now, out upon thee, young man," cried the Palmer, "that thou shouldst speak so when a good stout man is to be hanged for nothing but guarding his own life
cried Will Stutely, gnashing his teeth at the Sheriff.
I shall see justice," cried Norbury, Sir Oliver's silent attendant.
cried Tranter shortly, and the whole assembly flocked out into the open air, save only those whom the special orders of their masters held to their posts.
I cried, leaping to the Pedestal of Truth once more.
Ah, master," cried one, "if our divine Princess were but here this would be a day indeed.
Well," cried his auditors; "at the moment you left his house?
Gentlemen, gentlemen," cried D'Artagnan, who began to get a glimpse of the result of the adventure, "the thing is serious.
she cried, though Tink's face was still distorted with passion.
she cried, and then Peter gripped her and began to draw her toward the window.