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Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (1870–1938). Roget’s International Thesaurus. 1922.
 
Class III. Words Relating to Matter
Section III. Organic Matter
2. Sensation
(ii) Specific Sounds
 
411. Cry.
 
  
NOUN:CRY &c. v.; voice (human) [See Voice]; view halloo, yoicks [both hunting]; hubbub; bark (animal) [See Ululation].
  OUTCRY, vociferation, hullabaloo, chorus, clamor or clamour, hue and cry, plaint; lungs; Stentor, stentor.
  
VERB:CRY, roar, shout, bawl, brawl, halloo, halloa, yo-ho, yoick, whoop or hoop [rare], yell, bellow, howl, scream, screech, screak, shriek, shrill, squeak, squeal, squall, whine, pule, pipe, yap, yaup or yawp.
  CHEER, huzza, hurrah; hoot.
  MOAN, grumble, groan.
  SNORT, snore; grunt (animal sounds) [See Ululation].
  VOCIFERATE; raise -, lift up- the voice; yell out, call out, sing out, cry out; exclaim; rend the air; make the welkin ring; split the -throat, - lungs; thunder -, shout- at the -top of one’s voice, - pitch of one’s breath; s’égosiller [F.]; strain the -throat, - voice, - lungs; give cry; give a cry &c.; clamor or clamour.
  
ADJECTIVE:CLAMANT, clamorous; crying &c. v.; vociferous; stentorian (loud) [See Loudness]; open-mouthed; full-mouthed.
  
QUOTATIONS:
  1. And with no language but a cry.—Tennyson
  2. A solitary shriek, the bubbling cry Of some strong swimmer in his agony.—Byron

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