blub

verb \ ˈbləb \

Definition of blub

blubbed; blubbing
intransitive verb
chiefly British

Examples of blub in a Sentence

  1. the girl was blubbing so uncontrollably that we couldn't understand what she was trying to tell us

First Known Use of blub

1860

blub Synonyms

Synonyms
bawl, cry [chiefly British], blubber, sob, weep
Related Words
greet [Scottish], grieve, keen, lament, mourn; howl, scream, squall, wail, yowl; bleat, mewl, pule, whimper, whine; sniffle, snivel; groan, moan, sigh

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