His substitution prompted a wail of anguish from the midfielder and tears to sting his eyes.
The captain threw back his head in a wail of anguish, jostling her body in his pain and frustration.
No noise in the sky, but a wail of sirens constantly around the park, so steady that they sounded like air-raid alarms in the London blitz.
A peacock's sharp wail pierced the music.
He really made that guitar wail , though.
They arrived in the capital to the mournful wail of air raid sirens.
But, in general, the wail of jazz trumpets and the melancholy echoes of domestic chaos remind you that Elysian Fields resounds with desperation.
Christopher let out a wail
The pow-pow-pow of gunshots was a familiar sound, as was the wail of police sirens.
The sound of a baby's wail echoed down the corridor.