cried (part of speech: verb)
- I whooped her up fur ole Car'liny when she went out, I done the same when our gov'ner grabbed the forts along the coast, an' I yelled fit to split when our folks licked 'em at Charleston. - "Marcy The Blockade Runner", Harry Castlemon.
- The school held its first mass meeting on Wednesday evening of that week and cheered and sang and whooped things up with a fine frenzy. - "Left End Edwards", Ralph Henry Barbour.
- Then they whooped and yelled, at which signal other Indians joined them. - "Betty Zane", Zane Grey.