To cry out

Definitions

  • Blue Beard cried out so loud for her to come down, that his voice shook
    Blue Beard cried out so loud for her to come down, that his voice shook
  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • To cry out To exclaim; to vociferate; to scream; to clamor.
    • To cry out to proclaim; to shout.
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Quotations

  • Marion D. Hanks
    Marion D. Hanks
    “Every human being is trying to say something to others. Trying to cry out I am alive, notice me! Speak to me! Confirm that I am important, that I matter!!”

Usage

In literature:

Dan was about to cry out and call the dog back, but I stopped him in time.
"With Axe and Rifle" by W.H.G. Kingston
I was too miserable to cry out.
"Dick Cheveley" by W. H. G. Kingston
They cried out that they had come with no evil intent, and that they had some news of great importance to announce to them.
"The Cruise of the Mary Rose" by William H. G. Kingston
Jim was saved, and I never in my life felt more inclined to cry for joy than when I saw him out of danger.
"Peter Trawl" by W. H. G. Kingston
We ought to thank Him who has preserved us, and not to cry out that we are unlucky.
"Sunshine Bill" by W H G Kingston
Each day the poor feverish wretches cried out for water to moisten their lips, but none was to be had.
"True Blue" by W.H.G. Kingston
Gilbert lifted up his hand to implore him to desist just as his weapon was about to descend, scarcely able to refrain from crying out.
"The Settlers" by William H. G. Kingston
Tim was the first to cry out.
"The Wanderers" by W.H.G. Kingston
At last I was obliged to cry out to Hamed that I could go no further.
"Saved from the Sea" by W.H.G. Kingston
Patsy had no time to cry out.
"Patsy" by S. R. Crockett
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In poetry:

Oh! often among men below,
Heart cries out to heart, I know,
And one is dust a many years,
Child, before the other hears.
"Fafaia" by Rupert Brooke
"And is he gone, and is he gone?"
She cried, and wept outright:
"Then I will to the water side,
And see him out of sight."
"Faithless Sally Brown" by Thomas Hood
"Nay, not this death, dear Father! Not
A mangled prey to these!"
She faintly cries to Heaven, from out
The darkening waste of trees.
"A Ballad Of 1812" by Sarah Anne Curzon
And yet my heart goes out to them
Whose sorrow is their diadem;
The falling leaf, the crying bird,
The voice to be, all lost, unheard--
"Weltschmertz" by Paul Laurence Dunbar
" Come out, come out," the worldlings cried ;
" 'Tis early for the grave !"
He only barred his door and sighed,
"I have my soul to save."
"The Reward" by John Joy Bell
I hear it, there, for very pain,
Cry out, and groan, and roar amain;
Thus headlong, without mercy, hurl'd
To suffer in th' infernal world!
"The Unhappy State Of The Ungodly, After Death" by Rees Prichard

In news:

It was more of a rallying cry to buoy a roomful of disappointed supporters than the raving of an out-of-control zealot.
After its Sundance premiere, Compliance might be known as the film that inspired a woman to cry out "Rape is not entertainment".
Check out this video and try to not cry.
9/11 Widow: "I cried out to God and he gave me a purpose.".
Last time I took him to the dentist he cried all the way in and all the way out.
Laura Miller points out in a recent New York Times article that teachers like to assign books that make children cry, books in which kids go through horrible and "realistic" crises of abuse, death, destruction and questionable triumphs.
Looks like a beautiful day ahead and one that just cries out from the garden, BUT take time to come to our meeting tonight.
However, he cried out to God, God heard and answered his prayers .
But new warnings about red meat don't seem to cry out with the same urgency.
Just like the days of old, my prophetic voices are crying out to a nation with deaf ears who continue serving idols instead of the life giver.
It's high time we stop giving an audience to people who "Cry Out for Attention".
How to know when to cry out.
Is It Wrong to Let Your Baby Cry It Out.
I so love a good (or bad) pun, and this story about a ticking clock and deer -- with apologies to Edgar Allan Poe -- was just crying out for one.
) But the toddler in this video seems to have some serious regret over his ink and cries out in despair.
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In science:

The translational invariance of an infinite lattice resistor network with identical bond conductances gij = 1 cries out for applying Fourier transform methods to determine node voltages.
Fractal and Multifractal Scaling of Electrical Conduction in Random Resistor Networks
No reason why Sr (z) should have the simple form (29.17) is apparent; this phenomenon cries out for explanation, if it is indeed true for all r > 0, and the explanation will probably lead to new theorems of interest.
The birth of the giant component
The current experimental situation on K + → π+ ν ν cries out for completion of the BNL E949 program (only 20% of the proposed running has been completed), but the DOE has halted HEP operations at the AGS; a proposal to NSF to complete E949 has been submitted.
Rare Kaon Decays: Il Buono, Il Brutto, Il Cattivo
Such a small number, like other small numbers in physics (e.g., the ratio of the weak to Planck scales ≈ 10−17 or the ratio of the mass of the electron to the W/Z boson masses ≈ 10−5 ), runs counter to one’s belief that a truly fundamental theory should have no tiny parameters, and cries out for an explanation.
Inflation: From Theory to Observation and Back
There is a crying need for wide field optical telescopes of moderate size with silicon focal planes to carry out survey work.
Gravitational Lensing: Recent Progress and Future Goals - Conference Summary
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