cries


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cries

 (krīz)
v.
Third person singular present tense of cry.
n.
Plural of cry.
References in classic literature ?
The entire crowd now joined as if in one cry; all the cries united formed one immense howl.
All at once, to cries of "Vive Colbert!" those men, of whom D'Artagnan never lost sight, fell upon the escort, which in vain endeavored to stand against them.
The air was filled with simultaneous cries of "To the fire!" "To the death!" "To the halter!" "To the stake!" "Vive Colbert!" "Vive le roi!" The group which had forced the culprits from the hands of the archers had drawn close to the house, which appeared to be the goal towards which they dragged them.
At length cries for mercy and of despair resound; that is, the farewell of the vanquished.
A few moments now passed in silence between these lovers, while his eyes were eagerly fixed on Sophia, and hers declining towards the ground: at last she recovered strength enough to desire him again to leave her, for that her certain ruin would be the consequence of their being found together; adding, "Oh, Mr Jones, you know not, you know not what hath passed this cruel afternoon."--"I know all, my Sophia," answered he; "your cruel father hath told me all, and he himself hath sent me hither to you."--"My father sent you to me!" replied she: "sure you dream."--"Would to Heaven," cries he, "it was but a dream!
With low, coddling cries, she sank on her knees by the mourner's chair, and put her arms about her.
The women burst anew into cries as if they had all been stabbed.
Then came a swaying hither and thither, and oaths, cries, and groans, and clashing of steel, and swords flashed in the setting sun, and a score of arrows whistled through the air.
From time to time, indeed, they raised great shouts, calling alternately Barbicane and Nicholl, neither of whom, however, answered their cries. Only the birds, awakened by the sound, flew past them and disappeared among the branches, while some frightened deer fled precipitately before them.
A net, composed of very fine meshes, hung between two enormous tulip-trees, and in the midst of this snare, with its wings entangled, was a poor little bird, uttering pitiful cries, while it vainly struggled to escape.
The new research uses a specific algorithm based on automatic speech recognition to detect and recognize the features of infant cries.
Mum says, happy, he He's sad, he just stop "My mum always says, 'He's happy, he cries. He's sad, he cries.