How To Use Wail In A Sentence

  • ‘Ah Dublin, you're giving it away,’ he wailed in the 55th minute, as the Dublin defence fluffed its lines yet again, giving Laois another unearned scoring opportunity.
  • So it's a little more than passing strange that Mr. Brooks clucks about Mr. Obama's "über-partisan budget" when, given the last few weeks of shrieking and wailing from the Republicans about socialism and communism, he's been the voice of moderation in the room. Moderately Shocked
  • When we moved from pilot to series, the notion of recasting Mitchell, Annie and Herrick was met with wails of despair. SFX
  • Any dog not in harness was howling and yelping to be put in one, and even when harnessed they continued with their wretched wailing until they were off and running.
  • Then back to the city and its vivid smells, the wail of tzigane orchestras, the little dancer of the Orpheum - what was her name?
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  • Historians must, as usual, do what they can with the materials which lie to hand rather than bewail the absence of that which is missing.
  • Yea, we see in that wailing infant of a week, the outspringing of an immortal spirit which may soon hover on cherub-pinion around the throne of God, or perhaps, in a few years, sink to the regions of untold anguish. The Christian Home
  • He really made that guitar wail, though.
  • Everyone wailed and gnashed their teeth, even though Thriller was 25 years ago. Mourning in America | Heretical Ideas Magazine
  • It was pandemonium, people wailing and screaming.
  • Amaiya opened her mouth to reply, but her hands flew to her ears as a banshee wail hammered the sky.
  • In one isolated village the people weep and wail, bemoaning their plight.
  • ln less than six minutes, the ambulance came wailing back from the shipyard, one of the police cars in front of it running interference. CORMORANT
  • Rarely has so much wailing been to so little effect. Times, Sunday Times
  • They cried, they keened, they wailed.
  • Over the ruins of the castle rose an unearthly wind, carrying with it an inhuman wail.
  • wail in self-pity
  • The visual communication between members bordered on symbiosis as they smoothly switched up guitars, worked pedals, bashed away at keyboards and wailed through guitar solos.
  • He didn't attempt to swat it a third time, but opened the door, and stumbled downstairs, wailing. SACRAMENT
  • Mariner and Dag Daughtry, while the trio of partners raged and bewailed. CHAPTER XIV
  • As with most games in this niche genre, AE features wailing guitars, canned jazz, and an array of real-world aircraft.
  • Jessie's wails died down to a whimper and then stopped altogether.
  • Kippletringan was distant at first ‘a gey bit; ’ then the ‘gey bit’ was more accurately described, as ‘ablins three mile; ’ then the ‘three mile’ diminished into ‘like a mile and a bittock; ’ then extended themselves into ‘four mile or there-awa; ’ and, lastly, a female voice, having hushed a wailing infant which the spokeswoman carried in her arms, assured Guy Mannering, ‘It was a weary lang gate yet to Kippletringan, and unco heavy road for foot passengers. Chapter I
  • This statement bewails the prospect of the mixed-race characters' disappearance and establishes their identity as a third race within the context of the story.
  • 'But what shall I do?' Bernard wailed.
  • But such a weak, puny, wailing princelet as he was! Journeys Through Bookland, Vol. 2
  • The screeches of some of the more outlandish among gloomy modern composers or the illiterate wailings of some vapid rock ‘musician’ are subjected to sham scholarship and pseudo philosophising.
  • Hand held speed cameras are deployed to facilitate enforcement evidence aimed at the minority of cyclists who flout the rules and who react in an aggressive manner, usually bewailing the breaching of their civil rights.
  • The platypus is wailing, "No sleep 'til Burlington!" at the top of hisherits voice, and, soon, the neighbors will begin to complain. Waking the Witch
  • The sirens had sounded before the plane droned over, but for some reason the all-clear wailed even as the flares ignited. CORMORANT
  • So far the Obama Administration, to our surprise and perhaps its own, has behaved with admirable sobriety despite the wailing from the political left. The Housing Bust Lobby
  • They are like dead walls and the place they enclose like a vault, and the itinerant drab like a thing in drab cerements (they trail the dust) that ought to be dead wailing for entrance to things, tombed in those walls, that are dead. This Freedom
  • Ai nebber tuuk a photeaux ob wailz coz ai wuz see sik ! AUTOMATIC CAT - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • A volley of stones crashed through a nearby window, followed by a shower of glass and a woman's wail.
  • The special representative in South Africa of the Organisation of African Unity, Legwaila J Legwaila, on Monday rejected what he called the provocative linkage that gave the impression the ANC Daily News Briefing
  • He shrieked and he wailed and he howled and he screeched, until all the air in his lungs left, and then he still yelled.
  • They arrived in the capital to the mournful wail of air raid sirens.
  • Suddenly Ah - chin rushed in sobbing and wailing, her dishevelled hair hanging over her face.
  • He poured out his otherwise ignored feelings into music, making his flute wail with stormy rage, sigh soft dirges, or trill in happy abandon.
  • Is he a pseudo-Marxist as his largely secret talk in San Francisco indicated … where he berated average people in Appalachia who didn't vote for him for "clinging" to religion in their poverty-paraphrasing religion the opium of the people dictum where Marx lachrymosely wails in behalf of the downtrodden who substitute God for material gains, a direct parallel? THE IRATE NATION
  • This is a column about New Labour's complete failure to publicise its many progressive achievements, while screeching out its reactionary policies in a ceaseless wail.
  • Ten times ghastlier than if it had been real, the chorus wailed and ululated back and forth along immeasurable distances -- became one yell again -- and went howling down into earth's bowels as if the last of a phantom pack were left behind and yelling to be waited for. In The Time Of Light
  • The other group of opinions came from closer to home and bewailed the errors of the past.
  • The chorus of wails prepared me for the arduous battles which lay ahead.
  • I heard shutters banging and people wailing and babies crying and dog barking.
  • The call wailed to Theor through the Orgover thunders and the drumplay ashore. Three Worlds To Conquer
  • Martin walloped me on the back and poured me a double and, ‘shamed as I am to admit it, I started bawling and wailing.
  • This penitency consists in three things -- First, An inward insight of sin, and sense of mercy; Secondly, A bewailing of thy vile state; The Practice of Piety: Directing a Christian How to Walk, that He May Please God.
  • For a minute she was angry - to weep and wail and moan at a time like this, when the true victims needed to live on borrowed strength for a while.
  • To help the doggies along, Mercer sounds a horn that emits an ear-piercing wail from his plane.
  • Thus we were stumbling on, very weary, very hungry, the man with the want in a constant wail, and Sonachan lamenting for suppers he had been saucy over in days of rowth and plenty, when a light oozed out of the grey-dark ahead of us, in the last place in the world one would look for any such sign of humanity. John Splendid The Tale of a Poor Gentleman, and the Little Wars of Lorn
  • The high-pitched wail made by the cars at speed is another bone of contention. Times, Sunday Times
  • Theresa gasped, but the sound got lost in the wailing broadcasted in Dolby sound from the two far corners of the room. THE VENDETTA DEFENCE
  • One evening under the shadow of the Red Fort I see a passing wedding procession: the groom rides a caparisoned white horse and is followed by a band in uniform with wailing trumpets and banging drums.
  • Over the ruins of the castle rose an unearthly wind, carrying with it an inhuman wail.
  • No furz iz gen, gen, genititic muteshun, dey iz wud not survaiv in waild. 1st rule if u gonna share ma bed - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • Carrion crows bewail the dead sheep and then eat them. 
  • She seldom smiles and takes offense at the least excuse, crying rivers of tears and wailing.
  • He didn't attempt to swat it a third time, but opened the door, and stumbled downstairs, wailing. SACRAMENT
  • Yawn in a semiswoon lay awailing and (hooh!) what helpings of honeyful swoothead (phew!), which ear-piercing dulcitude! Finnegans Wake
  • As it headed into a tree-covered hill in which a stone-edged tunnel mouth was set it gave a realistic wail and plunged out of sight. WHISTLER IN THE DARK
  • Traffic is steady and far off he hears the wail of sirens.
  • And in Delia's there will reverberate till death that wail of a fierce and childless woman -- that last cry of nature in one who had defied nature -- of womanhood in one who had renounced the ways of womanhood: "_the child -- the child_! Delia Blanchflower
  • They whine and wail about how we have all retreated into our suburbs and Internet connections and no longer rally around grand national projects that inspire us with a vision of all that government can do.
  • And when these had vanished in the distance Graham heard a peewit wailing close at hand. When the Sleeper Wakes
  • In another room, I heard the little wail of the child; and the wail of the child waked my wife back into this life, so that her hands fluttered white and desperately needful upon the coverlid. The Night Land
  • It is my second fast day this week and you can probably hear my stomach wailing. Times, Sunday Times
  • The band's catalogue goofs on everything from country to wailing metal.
  • And the sakieh raises its wailing, wayward voice and sings to the shadoof; and the shadoof sings to the sakieh; and the lifted water falls and flows away into the green wilderness of doura that, like The Spell of Egypt
  • Living in the tobacconists on Dane Street owned by his parents, Amy and Fred, he would often be woken by the wail of the air-raid sirens.
  • And still we hear the wails of pain. Times, Sunday Times
  • Police were cordoning off the road as wailing ambulances weaved their way through the traffic.
  • The bumping was getting louder, the wailing more intense. Times, Sunday Times
  • Cecilia is wailing away at the organ like Amanda Mae Meyncke and hallucinating little wing-ed dudes trailing clouds of glory. I never knew | clusterflock
  • One day she came home from school to hear agonised wailing. Times, Sunday Times
  • They make loud wailing cries, especially in the early morning, they leave foul messes on the roof and their nests block gutters. Times, Sunday Times
  • wailing mourners
  • She could hear voices speaking in soothing tones, but Anna keened and wailed, and Kathleen tried not to imagine the scene on the other side of the door.
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  • In the distances he could hear moaning and wailing.
  • No noise in the sky, but a wail of sirens constantly around the park, so steady that they sounded like air-raid alarms in the London blitz.
  • In his book she should be sitting at home behind closed curtains, in half-mourning and bewailing her lot. A WORM OF DOUBT
  • Egypt, with a mother to bewail his loss, another we buried in the dismal lazaretto cemetery. Notes of a Journey From Cornhill to Grand Cairo
  • A large brownish wading bird(Aramus guarauna) of warm, swampy regions of the New World, having long legs, a drooping bill, and a distinctive wailing call.
  • Naaz Hosseini's voice slips from a serene hum to a full-throated wail to a sweet high-pitched lilt, flavored by her roots in Armenia and Persia.
  • ‘Someone must take responsibility for sorting out the mess,’ he wailed last week.
  • In every street there shall be wailing: and in all places that are without, they shall say: Alas, alas! and they shall call the husbandman to mourning, and such as are skilful in lamentation to lament. The Bible, Douay-Rheims, Complete The Challoner Revision
  • Telephone users in the city these days have been treated to a sound resembling a ghoulish wail.
  • Andrew gunned the engine and flipped the sirens on, sending the car shooting forward between the two rows of traffic that pulled aside, obeying the wailing noise.
  • Little remains for it but to wail as it passes into oblivion, as it has already begun to wail in accents Populistic and Jeffersonian-Democratic. Revolution
  • You will have heard the recent wailing coming from across the Channel. Times, Sunday Times
  • We could just hear the distant wail of a siren.
  • They had hollow eyes and sunken cheeks, and they wailed horribly in the darkness.
  • Living in the tobacconists on Dane Street owned by his parents, Amy and Fred, he would often be woken by the wail of the air-raid sirens.
  • Shrieking out and wailing, all the lawless teeth are gnashing.
  • With their banshee wails, squalling guitars and naked aggression, they are baring their souls and they are angry.
  • So, despite all the screaming and wailing from the right about how Obama threatens America, an unnerving bipartisan consensus on the key precepts of American militarism has, in 2010, fully re-asserted itself. Jonathan Weiler: Deafening Silence: Why Our Ongoing Wars Are Not a Campaign Issue
  • She shrieked and wailed but professed ignorance. Times, Sunday Times
  • At the rear of the house a tiny babe piped up a thin blatting wail that the quickly thrust breast could not appease. THE BONES OF KAHEKILI
  • Sylva worked as the groundskeeper at the now-defunct Maui Zoo in Wailuku and began planting native foliage to the point that it also became known as a botanical garden, Hobdy recalled. Starbulletin Headlines
  • The child was wailing loudly that she had hurt her foot.
  • Suddenly all the indicators began flashing an angry red and several alarms signals went off at once creating a loud cacophony of buzzes, sirens and wails.
  • Thenne here-uppon the boteler or panter shall bring forthe his pryncipall salte, and iiij or v loves of paryd brede, havyng a towaile aboute his nekke, the tone half honge or lying uppon his lefte arme unto his hande, and the kervyng knyves holdyng in the ryght hande, iuste unto the salte-seler beryng. Early English Meals and Manners
  • The performance is exceedingly professional and occasionally stirring, mostly when frontman Dougy Mandagi trades vocal wailing for wailing on a floor tom to join drummer Toby Dundas in creating a forceful, percussive rumble. FreeFest: Drama club with the Temper Trap
  • They make loud wailing cries, especially in the early morning, they leave foul messes on the roof and their nests block gutters. Times, Sunday Times
  • Then it is for thee to wail likewise, claiming that this thing is not well, and that the other thing thou dost not like, and that to be the wife of the Factor is more than thou didst bargain for, only wilt thou be content with more blankets, and more tobacco, and more wealth of various sorts for thy poor old father, Snettishane. THE MARRIAGE TO LIT-LIT
  • The ship has not yet arrived, but will doubtless be here in a few moments, the bad weather having delayed her; and my luggage is all hurried down to the tender, where I should be sent, too, did I not wail with hunger. In Seven Stages: A Flying Trip Around the World
  • • A 1593 Petition from the union of Thames 'watermen' bewailing the loss of business when playhouses on the Southbank were closed due to plague Media Newswire
  • They were all bush dogs or wild-dogs, and so small was their courage that their thirst and physical pain from cords drawn too tight across veins and arteries, and their dim apprehension of the fate such treatment foreboded, led them to whimper and wail and howl their despair and suffering. CHAPTER XVI
  • Suspense builds as the siren wails like a crippled banshee.
  • Though I wailed and screamed, kicked and punched, they separated us, throwing me into the brougham carriage, which took off at once for police headquarters. The Curse of the Wendigo
  • I heard his maniacal giggle across the house, together with the wails of his baby.
  • Service -- that the hundred thousand ears adorning the anatomy of the human population were first shocked by the horrisonous banshee wail of the hooters. The Siege of Kimberley
  • It is my second fast day this week and you can probably hear my stomach wailing. Times, Sunday Times
  • She uttered a wail of grief.
  • Rose shows his roots in Bloch's ‘Hebrew Rhapsody,’ but he never distorts the music by imitating cantorial wailings, as some cellists have done in this work.
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  • Let them meet first, as women, to bewail and commemorate the dead. Family
  • As police sirens wailed in the distance, coming ever closer, she called her boys off.
  • Speaks, and in accents discon | solate answers the wail of the forest. Legends of the Northwest
  • Wails of grief were heard as visitors filed past the site of the disaster.
  • Telephone users in the city these days have been treated to a sound resembling a ghoulish wail, if they inadvertently misplace the receiver.
  • Wailing shall be in all streets; and they shall say in all the highways, Alas! alas! and they shall call the husbandman to mourning, and such as are skilful of lamentation to wailing. The Bible, King James version, Book 30: Amos
  • We were wailing but nobody had a tape machine.
  • The BBC must have been wailing in despair when they realised the wasted potential of their "Neighbours".
  • Peter DavisLondon • I do not find it strange that so many of your correspondents Letters, 25 February bewail the fact that they do not know what Labour wants and find we have no strong leadership. Letters: Jobs for the boys in a biased media
  • (Jer.xxi. 13); ‘waileress’ (Jer.ix. 17); ‘cheseress’ (= electrix, Wisd.viii. 4); ‘singeress’, ‘breakeress’, ‘waiteress’, this last indeed having recently come up again. English Past and Present
  • Of course not - everyone feels sorry for him, but we don't wander round beating our chests and wailing like the easily led sheep of Liverpool do…
  • I just wanted you both to know that Wailer fell off the board while trying to do a back one-and-a-half somersault. THE BLACK BOOK: DIARY OF A TEENAGE STUD VOL. II: STOP, DON'T STOP
  • No wailing word gat Gudrun, no thought she had to weep The Story of Sigurd the Volsung and the Fall of the Niblungs
  • The business section of the newspaper bewailed the consequences for an already fragile economy and suggested that even more drastic austerity policies were required.
  • Children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren lugged furniture, a washer-dryer and a freezer out of her bungalow and piled them on to pickup trucks as a town siren wailed. Floodway Forces Sacrifice
  • In such a county as Leicestershire, foxes are not "accidentally" killed, but when so, what bewailings over the "late lamented!" what anathemas upon the villain's head who is suspected of "vulpicide"! Practical Taxidermy A manual of instruction to the amateur in collecting, preserving, and setting up natural history specimens of all kinds. To which is added a chapter upon the pictorial arrangement of museums. With additional instructions in modelling a
  • One of the small children began to wail with terror.
  • But when the blizzards wail the Arctic fox curls its tail over its frosty nose and sleeps in the snows.
  • The eerie wind began to sound like the wail of a banshee, the creaks and groans of the castle began to seem like footsteps stalking toward her.
  • My wife very hystericky and forever in a smock and declareth she would be dead and married life a delusion, the which opinion I take small issue with having my hands full of business and Lasselle forever at my heels with our affair of the mine not to speak of H. Nevil which waileth continually over how he was caught short in the month of June. The Wit and Humor of America, Volume VI. (of X.)
  • Now the night was long upon Kamar al-Zaman, and he sat, bethinking him of his beloved, and bewailing what had befallen him and versifying, The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • Sometimes they sound like skewed bebop and sometimes like stealthily building improv, and Sanborn's soul sound - particularly in the sopranino intro to The Unknown - loses none of its famous wail.
  • A warm genial spirit; a glowing fancy, and a friendly heart; every faculty but diligence, and every virtue but 'the understrapping virtue of discretion:' such is frequently the constitution of the poet; the natural result of it also has frequently been pointed out, and sufficiently bewailed. The Life of Friedrich Schiller Comprehending an Examination of His Works
  • Yell louder , wench , shriek , wail, but it will not dull the voice of truth.
  • The opening moments were an onslaught of wailing, rumbling sound that pinned us to our seats. Times, Sunday Times
  • Bewail my parting from my fere compellèd thus to fly? The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • Screaming, shrieking, wailing, she worked herself into a frenzy.
  • He pulled at a piece of carving on the wail behind and pointed to a stair that showed behind the outswung door. Told in the East
  • Tears did not fall from her father’s eyes — not then, as her mother gasped her last; not later, when she herself wailed lustily at the indignity of being thrust out of the womb; and not after, when both mother and child were each bundled as appropriate, in shroud and blanket respectively. Archive 2003-01-01
  • OK, I'll stop wailing and gnashing my teeth now.
  • Mat Maneri plays some lonesome violin, letting strings weep in blank, tragic beauty, plucking and wailing and sounding like a dying dog.
  • Women wailed and cried, shops and cars were ablaze. Times, Sunday Times
  • She let out a mighty wail from the pain, and writhed around on the ground.
  • After a cacophonous ascent and destructive return to earth, it dies disconcertingly into reverberations of swashing seashore breakers, intertwined with disorientating echoes of still wailing guitars.
  • They make loud wailing cries, especially in the early morning, they leave foul messes on the roof and their nests block gutters. Times, Sunday Times
  • The filmmaker bewails the attitude of the educated sections towards serious films.
  • Her shrieking, wailing voice was the whisper of mortality piercing the ears like the banshee's own call, a twin to the driving terror that pierced the mind.
  • Voices shouted below, accompanied by the mournful wail of a fiddle; and then, in countermelody, the lilt of a penny whistle. Masked
  • The audio was even more terrifying than the imagery - earsplitting wind, objects getting smashing, wailing children and a woman praying repeatedly. Tornadoes Hit Midwest: Missouri Tornado Kills At Least 116 (VIDEO)
  • Wails of disappointment and jeers echoed through France after their beloved ‘Les Bleus’ were dethroned as world champions without even scoring a goal.
  • Then he began to grovel and wail, " I deserve to die!
  • They make loud wailing cries, especially in the early morning, they leave foul messes on the roof and their nests block gutters. Times, Sunday Times
  • The wail of the bagpipe could be heard in the distance.
  • I used to ‘acknowledge and bewail my manifold sins and wickedness’ every week.
  • The high-pitched wail made by the cars at speed is another bone of contention. Times, Sunday Times
  • I passed the doors as I was going to bed, and I heard something wailing and praying just as plainly as I hear you.
  • From time to time she let out -- not a miaow, but a wail, an interrogative plaint. ON CATS
  • she wailed, turning and kneeling above him, like some fierce wood sprite. DEATH OF AN UNKNOWN MAN
  • He wailed and clung to his mother.
  • We wailed as our pop heroes sang of teenage love, reflecting our own angst, and remember the fantastic surge of energy from that rave in a field. Times, Sunday Times
  • Then, in the distance a foghorn wails and the roaming light of a lighthouse momentarily pierces the shadows.
  • She was wailing in grief then growling in rage. The Sun
  • Morrissey's heartsick legato croon is reassigned to four women and two men, who deliver anything from keening, primal unaccompanied wails to swing-era harmonies. Boing Boing: July 17, 2005 - July 23, 2005 Archives
  • They began to weep and wail with such loud grief that once again the film had to be stopped. Christianity Today
  • But when you're wailing in pain and pleading for assistance, it really is prolonging the agony. The Sun
  • Now she'd have to wallow through the snowdrifts and get it done before the boys woke up and started to holler and wail about how cold it was in the cabin.
  • They keened and wailed outside the gates for hours.
  • A moment later several police cars pulled up, sirens wailing, to take charge. THREE IN ONE
  • Hear the sheer drag of scythe on metal the shunter makes at the curve of the viaduct while, with elongated wail, rolls three spoil-wagons to the hollow hill. Unmanned
  • You will have heard the recent wailing coming from across the Channel. Times, Sunday Times
  • The wild wailings of the pibroch were heard at times, interchanged with the drums and fifes, which beat the Dead March. Chronicles of the Canongate
  • It was, of course, all empty wind and unfounded wailing, but it still had an impact.
  • I can also remember wailing my head off as my mum tries to calm me down whilst going aboard an ocean liner to see my grandparents off on a cruise.
  • We heard wailing and screaming until sunrise. Times, Sunday Times
  • I saw no horses, no sign of life; heard no sound but the cadent wail of the ash-grey birds in their flights. Henry Brocken His Travels and Adventures in the Rich, Strange, Scarce-Imaginable Regions of Romance
  • Yea, such is the power of deceivable lusts, that many will admire at the blindness of others in former generations who considered not the works of God (as the Jews in ` the wilderness), when themselves are under actual contempt of no less glorious dispensations; like the Pharisees, who bewailed the folly of their fathers in persecuting the prophets, when themselves were endeavouring to kill the Son of God, Matt. xxiii. The Sermons of John Owen
  • You describe the plaza in front of the Western Wall (what you call "the wailing wall") as "where Israel since 1967 holds nationalist mass gatherings such as torchlight processions celebrating graduation of recruits to elite army units and political demonstrations by right wing parties. On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
  • She bewailed his evil lot, with many shrill cries, and flung the useless flacket far away. French Mediaeval Romances from the Lays of Marie de France
  • He stood straight up, peered at some clouds, and made a long wailing call, rounded off by some burring notes.
  • Long after she had outgrown the little rural school scraps of poetry returned to her to rewaken the enthusiasm of childhood and to teach her again to "hear the lark within the songless egg and find the fountain where they wailed, 'Mirage!' Patchwork A Story of 'The Plain People'
  • The wailing of police cars about their unspeakable business. Times, Sunday Times
  • In fact, wailing babies are taken for granted on a bus trip.
  • Aivry maan to hais oawn laiking, Maister Aiymore, but for mai paart, Ai hoape ait wail gainerally be mai haapy loat to woarship the Goad of mai faythers, noat amoang the haills, but in the plaain," said the priest. Eoneguski, or, the Cherokee Chief: A Tale of Past Wars. Vol. II.
  • Like a ghost lost between digital static and analog confusion, LaFontaine wails on guitar, operatics shooting from her tortured throat.
  • He bewailed Ireland's "credit-fuelled Ponzi scheme" economy of the last decade and accused fellow economist Patrick Honohan, the central bank governor, of committing "the costliest mistake ever made by an Irish person". Barack Obama and the Queen to visit Ireland during its time of despair
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  • Randy has gotten full blown Orwellian newspeaked, he thinks privatization [subsidizing] is efficient yet wails against it because its nationalizing health care!! Think Progress » Passing Health Reform Would Contribute To Obama’s Deficit Reduction Goals
  • They call it the wailing wall, but the only act of devotion on this west London street corner is to mammon not God.
  • With an aphonic buzz, the call to prayer would commence, and the wailing, intermingled with car horns, was our soundtrack of Istanbul. The Millions
  • I roamed disconsolately up and down the bank, keeping as close to him in his involuntary travels as I could, while he wailed and cried till it was a wonder that he did not bring down upon us every hunting animal within a mile. CHAPTER X
  • Rashe regarded a murderous allopathist as near akin to an executioner, and only bewailed the want of her minikin doses. Hopes and Fears or, scenes from the life of a spinster
  • Kippletringan was distant at first ‘a gey bit; ’ then the ‘gey bit’ was more accurately described, as ‘ablins three mile; ’ then the ‘three mile’ diminished into ‘like a mile and a bittock; ’ then extended themselves into ‘four mile or there-awa; ’ and, lastly, a female voice, having hushed a wailing infant which the spokeswoman carried in her arms, assured Guy Mannering, ‘It was a weary lang gate yet to Kippletringan, and unco heavy road for foot passengers. Chapter I
  • The pow-pow-pow of gunshots was a familiar sound, as was the wail of police sirens.

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