A loud utterance of an emotion, including anxiety, anger, or despair.
A loud exclamation; a shout or telephone call.
A fit of weeping: had a great lengthy weep.
An urgent entreaty or attraction.
A public or basic need or problem.
A common view or basic report.
a marketing of products by phoning on: venders' cries during the fish marketplace.
A rallying telephone call or signal: a-cry to hands.
A slogan, particularly a political one.
The characteristic telephone call or utterance of an animal.
The baying of hounds during chase.
A pack of hounds.
Obsolete Clamor; outcry.
outdated A public announcement; a proclamation.
A shedding of tears; the work of sobbing.
A shout or shout.
terms shouted or screamed.
a team of hounds.
an average noise made by the species in question.
A desperate or urgent demand.
A loud utterance; specifically, the inarticulate noise created by one of the reduced creatures.
Outcry; clamor; tumult; popular demand.
Any appearance of grief, distress, etc., associated with tears or sobs; a loud sound, uttered in lamentation.
noisy phrase of triumph or question or of well-known acclamation or benefit.
Public ad by outcry; proclamation, as by hawkers of their products.
Common report; popularity.
A word or phrase trapped by a party or faction and repeated for impact.
A pack of hounds.
A pack or organization of people; -- in contempt.
The crackling sound created by block tin when it is bent back and forth.
Any noisy or enthusiastic utterance; clamor; outcry; a vehement appearance of feeling or need, articulate or inarticulate: as, a-cry of happiness, triumph, surprise, pain, supplication, etc.
A loud inarticulate sound uttered by guy or creature, such as pain or anger, or even to attract interest.
Loud lamentation or wailing; hence, the act of weeping; a fit of weeping.
Public notice or advertisement by outcry, as hawkers give of the wares; proclamation, as by a city crier.
Public or basic accusation; wicked report or popularity.
A pack of dogs.
For this reason In contempt, a pack or company of people.
A word or phrase used in battle, as a shout to motivate or rally soldiers; a battle-cry or war-cry.
an event catchword; an object when it comes to attainment of which insistence and version are utilized for partizan purposes; some subject, event, etc., used, or perhaps the significance of that is magnified, in a partizan way.
The unusual crackling noise made by metallic tin whenever bent.
a loud utterance; usually in protest or resistance
a fit of weeping
a loud utterance of feeling (especially whenever inarticulate)
a slogan used to rally support for an underlying cause
To speak earnestly or with a loud vocals; telephone call loudly; exclaim or proclaim with vehemence, as in an earnest attraction or prayer, in offering public notice, or even attract attention: with to or unto, previously sometimes on or upon, prior to the person addressed.
especially, to necessitate or require redress or solution; appeal; make a need.
To utter a loud, razor-sharp, or vehement inarticulate sound, as your pet dog or other animal.
To call out or exclaim inarticulately; make an inarticulate outcry, as one under excitement of any kind; specifically, to utter a loud noise of lamentation or suffering, such as is usually associated with tears.
thus To weep; shed tears, whether with or without noise.
To bid at an auction.
To return to an ancestral kind. See extract.
To whine loudly; utter lamentations; expostulate: often with against.
to stay in childbearing.
To utter loudly; sound or sound abroad; proclaim; declare loudly or openly.
To give notice concerning; promote by sobbing; hawk: as, to cry a lost son or daughter; to cry goods.
to write the banns of; promote; the marriage of.
To need; require.
To overbear; pay.
to improve the price tag on by proclamation: because, to cry up particular coins.