EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLUBBERING
"Go home and learn your manners," he had shouted at the blubbering boy.
He was blubbering in her arms, hysterically, as she caressed him.
Blood admonished him in a whisper, alarmed by the lad's blubbering.
"I am not crying," spluttered Cassy, who was blubbering like a baby.
Why, Mrs. Orville was blubbering like a baby when I entered, but she tried to hush up after a while.
He was blubbering, as if a change of waiters was a matter of importance.
Meanwhile Will plucked Hamnet now blubbering on his stool, by the doublet.
We saw chubby boys looking at us, and blubbering as if they were mad.
He was blubbering, as if a change of waiters, was a matter of importance.
There was something desolate about this blubbering that nearly broke her heart.
c.1400, present participle adjective from blubber (v.). Originally of fountains, springs, etc.; of weeping, from 1580s. As a verbal noun, from 1570s.