Definition of Bawlings
1. bawling [n] - See also: bawling
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Literary usage of Bawlings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Queens of the French Stage by Hugh Noel Williams (1905)
"without terrifying us, as the others do by their bawlings, she touches the heart so profoundly, that we become affected with her. ..."
2. Bibliotheca Cornubiensis: A Catalogue of the Writings, Both Manuscript and by George Clement Boase, William Prideaux Courtney (1882)
"... duel 822 bawlings, Charles d 1871 curate of St. Dennis 550 ... James d 1870 rector of St. Pinnock 550 bawlings, James b 1846 surgeon 550 ..."
3. The English Illustrated Magazine (1885)
"Mr. and Mrs. bawlings," answered the woman. So Whittaker went up stairs, found his masters, and told them that a Mr. and Mrs. ..."
4. The Florist and Pomologist: A Pictorial Monthly Magazine of Flowers, Fruits by Robert Hogg (1883)
"1st, Mr Walker, Thame, with Seraph, Williams bawlings, Henry Walton, Champion Bollo, Mrs. Shirley Hibberd, Joseph Ashby, Perfection of Primroses, ..."