• Definition for "blubber"
    • To sob noisily. See Synonyms at weep.
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blubber definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To sob noisily. See Synonyms at weep.
    • To weep noisily, roughly as to disfigure the face area; to cry in a childish way.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To utter while crying and sobbing.
    • To make damp and inflamed by weeping.
    • To swell or disfigure (the facial skin) with weeping; to damp with tears.
    • to offer vent to (tears) or total (broken terms or cries); -- with forth or out.
  • noun:
    • A loud sobbing.
    • The dense level of fat amongst the epidermis additionally the muscle tissue layers of whales alongside marine mammals, where an oil is acquired.
    • Excessive weight.
    • a sizable ocean nettle or medusa.
    • A fatty level of adipose muscle found immediately underneath the epidermis.
    • adipose tissue.
    • The dense coat of fat worn by numerous arctic animals, particularly water lions, and antarctic animals, such as for instance penguins; familiar with protect heat when you look at the animal's body.
    • A bubble.
    • The fat of whales alongside large sea creatures that oil is acquired. It lies immediately underneath the epidermis and throughout the muscular flesh.
    • a sizable water nettle or medusa.
    • A bubble.
    • The fat of whales alongside cetaceans, from where train-oil is acquired.
    • A gelatinous material; hence, an acaleph or sea-nettle; a medusa.
    • [⟨ blubber, v.] The work or state of blubbering: since, to stay a blubber.
    • a person who blubs.
    • an insulating layer of fat under the skin of whales and other large marine mammals; used as a source of oil
    • extra actual body weight
  • adjective:
    • Swollen and protruding: blubber cheeks.
  • verb:
    • to help make noises or broken terms while sobbing.
    • To enlarge or disfigure (the face area) with weeping; to wet with tears.
    • utter whilst sobbing
    • weep or whine with snuffling
  • others:
    • To weep, especially in such a fashion on enlarge the cheeks or disfigure the face; explosion into a fit of weeping: utilized chiefly in sarcasm or ridicule.
    • To bubble; foam.
    • To disfigure with weeping.
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