sobbed, past participle; sobbed, past tense; sobbing, present participle; sobs, 3rd person singular present;
Cry noisily, making loud, convulsive gasps
he broke down and sobbed like a child
he sobbed himself to sleep
Say while crying noisily
“I thought they'd killed you,” he sobbed weakly
An act or sound of sobbing
with a sob of despair she threw herself onto the bed
shortness of breath: a dyspneic condition
weep convulsively; "He was sobbing inconsolably"
asshole: insulting terms of address for people who are stupid or irritating or ridiculous
convulsive gasp made while weeping
S.O.B. is a 1981 American film written and directed by Blake Edwards starring Richard Mulligan and Julie Andrews. Also appearing are Robert Preston, Robert Vaughn, Larry Hagman, Shelley Winters, Loretta Swit, Robert Webber and William Holden (in his last performance).
S.O.B., also known as SxOxBx, is an early, seminal hardcore punk and grindcore band from Japan.
(SOB s) "S.O.B.s" was the forty-ninth episode of the TV comedy series Arrested Development.
(SOBS) Southampton BASIC System (SOBS) was a dialect of the BASIC programming language developed for and used on ICT 1900 series computers in the late 60s and early 70s; it was implemented under the MINIMOP operating system at the University of Southampton.
a cry with a short, sudden expulsion of breath; to weep with convulsive gasps; to say (something) while sobbing
(sobs) pounds. Mispronunciation of sovs, short for sovereigns. An example of erroneous language becoming real actual language through common use. (Thanks to R Maguire for raising this one.)
shortness of breath; breathing difficulties involve a sensation of difficult or uncomfortable breathing or a feeling of not getting enough air
souls on board, the number of persons on board an aircraft. Also POB.