A small ragged girl dragged a red, bawling
infant along the crowded ways.
And presently men selling unnaturally early newspapers came bawling
into the street:
in front of their booths, and yokels looking up at the tinselled dancers and poor old rouged tumblers, while the light-fingered folk are operating upon their pockets behind.
Hussey hurried towards an open door leading to the kitchen, and bawling
out clam for two, disappeared.
Another, the commander of the brigade, was galloping about bawling
There was such a bawling
and screaming--the Fir Tree alone was silent, and he thought to himself, "Am I not to bawl with the rest?
Anyhow, there I was, about morning-time when you were thinking of having your cup of tea, trussed up like a fowl in the middle of the village, and all the natives, beastly creatures, promenading round me and making faces and bawling
out things - oh, it was beastly I can tell you
All round the coasts of Europe that morning banjos were ringing, voices were bawling and singing, children were playing in the sun, pleasure-boats went to and fro; the common abundant life of the time, unsuspicious of all dangers that gathered darkly against it, flowed on its cheerful aimless way.
Butteridge was knee-deep in the water, bawling immensely.
He was bawling
at me and he said,'You're leaving and your son is leaving with you.
But he says that, if the Italian comes away from the King Power Stadium this afternoon bawling
, he will be happy.
Still on the bawl Any notion that St Mirren's Alex Rae may have mellowed after copping a ban for bawling
out a ref was blown away as he looked on from the stand at Alloa.