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verb. ['ˈweɪl'] emit long loud cries.
- ethnic joke
- good story
Rhymes with Wail
How do you pronounce wail?
Pronounce wail as weɪl.
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Sentences with wail
1. Noun, singular or mass
This may result in a small amount of blood that turns the yelp into an ear-splitting wail.
2. Verb, base form
Cats may wail or try to hide if they are seriously ill.
Quotes about wail
1. Its a bit mad. Too bad, I mean, that getting to know each just for a fleeting second Must be replaced by unperfect knowledge of the featureless wholeLike some pocket history of the world, so generalAs to constitute a sob or wail
- John Ashbery, Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror
noun. ['ˈweɪl'] a cry of sorrow and grief.
verb. ['ˈweɪl'] cry weakly or softly.
- cause to sleep
- put option