Only kick their souls out of 'em, and they go and blub in the box-rooms.
Muriel would be sure to blub; Chuck had seen her that morning.
And then the water filled her mouth and she went down with a "blub, blub, blub" that sounded most convincing.
Like to see them sitting round in a ring with blub lips, entranced, listening.
When he had shut the study door, in sheer despair of spirit, he laid his head on the table and—Well, did he blub?
And the sight of her was too much for James, the footman, who began to blub.
He says no one has ever seen a Gherkin blub; if they have to, they go and do it somewhere else.
blubber, blub′ėr, n. the fat of whales and other sea animals.
Christy got very red and looked as if he was going to blub and said that was all.
Number Five dredge trembled, with a wet sucking sound, and settled back into the mud, blub—blub—blub.
"fit of weeping," 1894, imitative. As a verb by 1843. Related: Blubbed; blubbing.