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What is another word for groans?

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Noun
Plural for a low, mournful sound, typically uttered in pain or grief
“Later in the night, Lady Letitia heard a loud groan from my lord's room, and a cry as of someone in agony.”
Noun
Plural for a low creaking sound made by an object under pressure
“The ship came to rest with a groan and the familiar sound of a powering-down engine.”
Noun
Plural for a complaint or grievance
“Dad gets up, one knee popping, his groan about getting old an everyday feature of being around him that is also getting old.”
Noun
Plural for a long, loud, wavering cry or howl
Noun
Plural for a grunt or grumble, typically to show disdain or disapproval
Noun
Plural for a long speech or prose work that bitterly laments the state of society and its morals, and often contains a prophecy of its coming downfall
Noun
Plural for something that is personally annoying
Noun
Plural for a harsh and grating noise or sound
Noun
Plural for a low, rumbling sound
Verb
To complain or grumble about something
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“I'm of the age where I have carte blanche to grumble and groan about Christmas.”
Verb
To make a low, mournful sound, typically conveying pain or grief
“Her eyes filled with tears as she looked at him and heard him groan softly in pain.”
Verb
(of an object) To make a low creaking sound when pressure or weight is applied
“Now my shelves groan under the weight of vinyl and CDs which remain unheard and unloved.”
Verb
To voice or produce an audible sound
Verb
To utter or express with one's voice
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