She was driven to bawl out her words, and by no means liked the task.
I bawl out, for I was very angry; 'and if Lintot offers her any liberty, I'll brain him with his own pestle!'
And now you must behave like other folk, and if all goes well you may bless your stars, and bawl out, Hurrah!'
Whereupon he again began to bawl out in his peculiar Dago dialect: Or-ran-ges!
When she can no longer produce genuine tears, she must bawl out.
Well, I confess I can't bring mine into the market and bawl out that I have so many pounds' weight of the required material.
The only human sounds that the Parrot could bawl out were, "Come, let us be men!"
Meaning their God, is surely quite enough To make them rend their clothes and bawl out, ‘Blasphemy!’
They sometimes, on particular occasions, would sing or bawl out something like a rude tune; but we could not understand it.
Bart writhed and bit his lip till he could taste blood, wishing he were young enough to bawl out loud.
mid-15c., "to howl like a dog," from Old Norse baula "to low like a cow," and/or Medieval Latin baulare "to bark like a dog," both echoic. Meaning "to shout loudly" attested from 1590s. To bawl (someone) out "reprimand loudly" is 1908, American English. Related: Bawled; bawling.