1. someone who communicates vocally in a very loud voice
  2. a loud weeper
    their new baby is a real bawler
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How To Use bawler In A Sentence

  • Elizabeth Bumiller, a columnist for The New York Times, documented that the "bawler in chief" may be setting a new standard for men.
  • To reign until a filthier scoundrel than he arises; then he perishes and in his place the leather-seller appears, the Paphlagonian robber, the bawler, who roars like a torrent. The Knights
  • We are the only ones whom Cleon, the great bawler, does not badger. The Wasps
  • According to these self-appointed connoisseurs, he was a bawler without taste, without method, a maker of absurd trills, an unimpassioned actor of little intelligence, and many other things besides. Complete Project Gutenberg Collection of Memoirs of Napoleon
  • I read, and kindled; nor found I what to do to those deaf and dead, of whom myself had been, a pestilent person, a bitter and a blind bawler against those writings, which are honied with the honey of heaven, and lightsome with Thine own light: and I was consumed with zeal at the enemies of this Scripture. The Confessions
  • He was, in effect, accusing the present incumbent of being another stapler-thrower, underling-bawler, back-of-the-seat thumper as Brown is alleged to have been. David Cameron is out of his tree | Simon Hoggart's sketch
  • He is a bawler, who makes a great noise; and yet if he has a little imbecile cousin, he puts him in the priests college for me to make a chaplain of him. Complete Project Gutenberg Collection of Memoirs of Napoleon
  • their new baby is a real bawler
  • Oh! you scoundrel! you impudent bawler! everything is filled with your daring, all Attica, the Assembly, the Treasury, the decrees, the tribunals. The Knights
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