My chest pressed into the foot of the crib, arms outstretched through bars, I wailed at an open door to an empty staircase.
As McSpadden wailed in grief, Head climbed on the hood of the car to console her.
Little Kristina wailed as she was taken out of sight of her mother; she has not been seen since.
Huddled in groups outside the storefronts, people chatted and waited, cried and wailed the names of the missing.
The boy held out his hands and wailed for his father, but none paid any heed to him.
She sat on a rock and wept and wailed and was very miserable.
Toto crouched beside his mistress and wailed as if he did not like these strange creatures a bit.
But still he wailed, and kicked with his legs, and refused to be comforted.
"I can't think how I came to carry it away with me," wailed Janet.
I wailed, for the hammers were riotous again, “what has she?”
[fr the notion of a well-performed blues number, with its melodious lamentations]