Old fellow!... wailed Nicholas.
"Ooh!" wailed the girl, pointing to the wing.
"Go on, Uncle dear," Natasha wailed in an imploring tone as if her life depended on it.
She was one of the first off the train while the kid wailed and several people around her muttered.
I squirmed and screamed and begged and wailed my head off and told them I hated them but nothing helped.
An hour before dawn, the alarms wailed.
"He called me a fat old cow!" she wailed.
Somewhere a few blocks away, an ambulance wailed.
I told you everything I know! she wailed, sounding like a slobbering baby.
"I'm a failure!" he wailed.
What did you do to get wailed?
Sarah wailed, "Oh, he would love that."
Nights found Rebecca sitting cross-legged on the floor inside the family parlor while little Barbara Anne wailed from upstairs.
Pipes wailed hauntingly through the glen as folks settled down to their evenings of dance, feasting and general merry making.
sitting cross-legged on the floor inside the family parlor while little Barbara Anne wailed from upstairs.
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