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  1. present participle of wrawl


wrawling (plural wrawlings)

  1. (rare) Crying, wauling.
    • 1905, The Myths of Plato, page 442:
      [] a mighty huge hole or gulf all round, in manner of a hollow globe cut through the midst, exceeding deep and horrible to see to, full of much darkness, and the same not quiet and still, but turbulent and oftentimes boiling and walming upward, out of which there might be heard innumerable roarings and groanings of beasts, cries and wrawlings of an infinite number of children, []