Sobbing



verb (used without object), sobbed, sobbing.
1.
to weep with a convulsive catching of the breath.
2.
to make a sound resembling this.
verb (used with object), sobbed, sobbing.
3.
to utter with sobs.
4.
to put, send, etc., by sobbing or with sobs:
to sob oneself to sleep.
noun
5.
the act of sobbing; a convulsive catching of the breath in weeping.
6.
any sound suggesting this.
verb sobs, sobbing, sobbed
1.
(intransitive) to weep with convulsive gasps
2.
(transitive) to utter with sobs
3.
to cause (oneself) to be in a specified state by sobbing: to sob oneself to sleep
noun
4.
a convulsive gasp made in weeping
soap opera
SOB
1.
Senate Office Building
2.
shortness of breath
3.
son of a bitch

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