Pronunciation of Cry
/kɹˈa͡ɪ/, /kɹˈaɪ/, /k_ɹ_ˈaɪ/
Synonyms for cry:
burst out, writhe, Blubbering, Ouch, oink, speak up, rumor, weepy, shout down, teardrop, OW, sobbing, ballyhoo, twitter, wailing, choke up, call to battle, call to arms, cock-a-doodle-doo, interplay, response, hurl, homing instinct, burst into tears, bawling, whistle, molt, yell out, snuff, preen, barrack, gut reaction, tu-whit tu-whoo, woof, tearful, cheer on, weeping, rap out, ejaculation, alarm, snivel, stoop, belt out.
Other synonyms and related words:
blazon out, motto, hiss, mist, claim, fashion, word, noise, call up, fly, reaction, choke up, supplication, watchword, rap out, break down, blackguard, call off, yap, hurrah, address, plea, publicize, wawl, welcome, shrill, petition, yowl, plaint, hail, reflex, anticipate, yawp, deplore, yell out, lamentation, forebode, waul, tears, molt, tear, burst out, squeak, peck, push, Blubbering, Fame, cry out, OW, stoop, phone call, adjuration, shrieked, birdsong, oink, rallying cry, gripe, slogan, thunder, woof, wing, perch, birdcall, bluster, proclaim, call to arms, rage, tweet, call to battle, margin call, pitch, requisition, talk, teardrop, blurt, screech, Suppliance, prayer, grouse, squall, exaction, catcall, battle cry, nest, alarm, outcry, peep, phone, beef, prognosticate, preen, reply, outshout, foretell, war cry, vociferation, scald, sough, song, ballyhoo, burst into tears, suit, note, migrate, entreaty, blubber, vociferate, shout out, misty-eyed, Ouch, sobbing, complain, call option, whistle, croak, dirge, blat, conjuration, appeal, password, ruffle, shoulder, bid, trumpet, weepy, jabber, bellyache, summons, wailing, promote, holler out, send for, twitter, weeping, solicitation, sing out, moist, advertise, war whoop, parole, predict, promulgate, caterwaul, telephone call, hue and cry, hollo, snivel, rumor, bawling, ejaculation, shibboleth, fad, sting, alight, interjection, abuse, answer.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
blurt, cock-a-doodle-doo, burst out, rap out.
Sense 7 (noun)
Sense 8 (noun)
calling out; yelling (noun)
bleat, call, bay, bark, gobble, purr, snarl, quack, chirp, bellow, squeal, neigh, howl, honk, yelp, ululation, chatter, crow, mew, cackle, meow, trill, coo, roar, twit, warble, grunt, snort, cuckoo, hoot, bawl, cluck, caw, moo, squawk, growl, whinny, bray.
emission, articulation, pronunciation, speech, enunciation, utterance, exclamation, intonation.
weeping and making sad sounds (noun)
call out, yell (verb)
bay, grunt, scream, caw, clamor, tweet, bleat, holler out, exclaim, holler, meow, shriek, bark, cackle, hoot, cheer, chatter, coo, cluck, quack, moo, growl, snarl, squawk, whistle, whinny, croak, call, whoop, trill, sing out, crow, yelp, bellow, hail, hiss, yawp, vociferate, shout, twitter, roar, screech.
chirp, call, hoot, cluck, moo, quack, gobble, coo, bay, chatter, bark, squawk, whinny, trill, snort, howl, bawl, bellow, grunt, purr, mew, honk, crow, growl, bleat, twit, cackle, cuckoo, snarl, warble, bray, squeal, yelp, roar, caw, meow, neigh.
Usage examples for cry:
- Now, now, don't cry! - "Honor: A Play in Four Acts", Hermann Sudermann.
- How often poor Olive would cry about it to me. - "Doctor Luttrell's First Patient", Rosa Nouchette Carey.
- She opened her lips, not knowing what she was going to say, and from them came the cry: " Dion!" - "In the Wilderness", Robert Hichens.