cried

Yell vs Cried - What's the difference?

yell | cried |


As verbs the difference between yell and cried

is that yell is shout; holler; make a loud sound with the voice while cried is (cry).

As a noun yell

is a shout.

As an adjective yell

is (ulster) dry (of cow).

Cried vs Called - What's the difference?

cried | called |


As verbs the difference between cried and called

is that cried is (cry) while called is (call).

Cried vs Exclaimed - What's the difference?

cried | exclaimed |


As verbs the difference between cried and exclaimed

is that cried is (cry) while exclaimed is (exclaim).

Cried vs Sorrowfully - What's the difference?

cried | sorrowfully |


As a verb cried

is (cry).

As an adverb sorrowfully is

in a sorrowful manner, done with sorrow and regret.

Cried vs Teared - What's the difference?

cried | teared |


As verbs the difference between cried and teared

is that cried is (cry) while teared is (tear) (produce liquid from the eyes).

Cried vs Shouted - What's the difference?

cried | shouted |


As verbs the difference between cried and shouted

is that cried is (cry) while shouted is (shout).

Crying vs Cried - What's the difference?

crying | cried |


As verbs the difference between crying and cried

is that crying is while cried is (cry).

As an adjective crying

is that demands action or attention.

As a noun crying

is action of the verb cry .

Acrid vs Cried - What's the difference?

acrid | cried |


As an adjective acrid

is sharp and harsh, or bitter and not to the taste; pungent.

As a verb cried is

(cry).

Cried vs Screamed - What's the difference?

cried | screamed |


As verbs the difference between cried and screamed

is that cried is (cry) while screamed is (scream).

Cried vs Sobbed - What's the difference?

cried | sobbed |


As verbs the difference between cried and sobbed

is that cried is (cry) while sobbed is (sob).

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