crying (part of speech: adjective)
ululating (part of speech: verb)
crying, chirping, calling, squawking, chattering, honking, braying, grunting, neighing, quacking, mooing, squealing, gobbling, yelping, growling, hooting, bleating, bellowing, clucking, snarling, snorting, cooing, purring, whinnying, howling, cuckooing, trilling, twitting, ululating, cawing, meowing, warbling, roaring, mewing, baying, cackling, crowing, barking
- " Hold your confounded bawling," cried the gunner, " or you'll have the guard down here: you're not hurt." - "Mr. Midshipman Easy", Captain Frederick Marryat.
- To express fully the excessive gayety he enjoyed, he tramped to his room, bawling out: " 'Tis a jolly life we lead, Care and sorrow we defy." - "The Boy Scouts Book of Stories", Various.
- She did so, and turning to Emily, exclaimed, " My word, Miss Emily, that's the same rude, bawling little creature that came so near being the death of us!" - "The Lamplighter", Maria S. Cummins.