cried (part of speech: verb)
ululated (part of speech: verb)
cried, purred, chattered, cawed, mooed, bayed, grunted, chirped, growled, howled, ululated, quacked, squawked, cooed, gobbled, crowed, squealed, clucked, warbled, snorted, neighed, yelped, called, cackled, brayed, roared, mewed, bleated, whinnied, cuckooed, barked, snarled, honked, meowed, hooted, trilled, bellowed
- And poor Dinkie bawled bitterly, ignorant of why this pain should be inflicted on him and outraged that his own mother should add to it by probing about the already swollen side of his head. - "The Prairie Mother", Arthur Stringer.
- When I started to say something he bawled me out for using that kind of language on railroad property. - "Joan of Arc of the North Woods", Holman Day.
- But everybody helped and did what they could, and those who did nothing made up for deeds by words and shouted and bawled and told the others what they ought to do. - "Recollections of Old Liverpool", A Nonagenarian.