Cry ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Cry ( verb )

  1. To shed tears as a sign of emotion, especially sorrow or pain.
  2. To make a loud noise or sound, especially as a sign of a strong emotion.

Origin:

Old english criēan, of germanic origin; related to dutch roepen and german rufen.

Examples:

  1. She started to cry when she heard the news.
  2. The baby was crying loudly in the next room.
  3. I couldn't help but cry at the end of the movie.
  4. The crowd was crying out for the band to play an encore.
  5. The wind was crying through the trees.

(As a noun)

Cry ( noun )

  1. To shed tears as a sign of emotion, especially sorrow or pain.
  2. To make a loud noise or sound, especially as a sign of a strong emotion.

Origin:

Old english criēan, of germanic origin; related to dutch roepen and german rufen.

Examples:

  1. She started to cry when she heard the news.
  2. The baby was crying loudly in the next room.
  3. I couldn't help but cry at the end of the movie.
  4. The crowd was crying out for the band to play an encore.
  5. The wind was crying through the trees.
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