Commands and calls were being bawled in English, French, and polyglot profanity.
She's been bawled at, and sworn at enough too, and her that gentle and pleasant.
In these tones did the magician, bawling for old lamps, beguile Aladdin.
But the boy was thinking of the care-free days and the banter; and of adventure and freedom and travel, high above the earth, that he should miss, and he actually bawled with grief.
The District Attorney, who was much better fitted to bawl to a jury than to argue before a court, had retained, at the expense of the United States, the assistance of Mr. Bradley, one of the ablest lawyers of the District.
Bawling like so many peasants!
We all followed him several paces from the door, bawling after him, "Good luck!
But as luck would have it, when he pulled trigger the sentry let out a loud bawl of terror and pain, and fell off the car to the ground.
The paradoxes of one generation are the common-places of the next; what the savants of to-day whisper in the ear, the Hyde Park orators of to-morrow will bawl from their platforms.
It grieved me to the heart, when I saw my Labours, which had cost me so much thought and watching, bawled about by the common hawkers of Grub street, which I only intended for the weighty consideration of the gravest persons.
I screwed up my courage to a decisive experimentopened my door, and in a stentorian voice bawled over the banisters, "Who's there?" There was no answer but the ringing of my own voice through the empty old house,no renewal of the movement; nothing, in short, to give my unpleasant sensations a definite direction.
I bawled through my tears; The wind fell low: In the silence, "Who cares? who cares?" Wailed to and fro.
Was it ever heard, even in Turkey or Algiers, that a State Astrologer was bantered out of his life, by an ignorant impostor? or bawled out of the world, by a pack of villanous deep-mouthed hawkers?
Fire-doors were clanging close at hand, and the Chinese firemen were bawling behind a bulkhead; so my difficulty was not so much to keep silent myself as to recognize sounds which would give me a clue as to where Captain Riggs and the others had gone.
Hazel: You are roaring and bawling without sense.