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Synonyms for mewl

Synonyms for mewl

cry weakly or softly

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Recorded for Swiss radio station DRS2, every thundering bass drum hit, twisted guitar streamer and alto saxophone mewl is lovingly reproduced, reinforcing the sonic diversity of Berne's dynamic compositions.
The plaintive mewls for breakfast that awaken us most mornings must have the neighbours thinking she's not been fed for days - and woe betide anyone walking past the landing cabinet without stopping to feed her Dreamies.
In the study area; weeds are harrowed by man power using simple tool called "Mewled" (Figure 1).
On sun-cold winter days I mewled. I was coeval with sin and labor.
(I have no interest in household pets other than the stray cat that Mrs T likes to encourage, and which I would like to encourage to nd a new home, preferably a long way from my front door where it mewls miserably).
pigeons mewled? Do you remember?" But Bill was building something
Nikki Finke of the New York Post mewled about the "most costly and contentious award campaigns in Hollywood history" and revealed, "Only big bucks can now buy a Golden Boy."
"This is fryingmy brain," he mewled as some bloke, claiming probe-wielding Martians had regularly taken him up to Uranus, showed clearly faked footage of a little green man poking his shiny-oversized noggin through the living room blinds one evening.
He mewled his way like a depressed, Mogadon-snaffling choirboy through one of the worst shoeings of Westlife's No Matter What I've ever heard since Westlife did it - during which he seemed completely unaware there was music playing at all, timing the delivery of each line instead by staring at his watch and counting on his fingers.