moan[ mohn ]SEE DEFINITION OF moan
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MOAN
Before she had laughed at the weird complaining; now it sounded like a moan of misery.
Not a sound was heard but the moan of an occasional gust of wind.
The wood followed us with a moan which was gathering to a roar.
Let her moan and groan and sigh away there—what did it matter!
Thereupon Macquart, seeing that he was about to be paid, began to moan.
I could cry and moan like a small child, in my horrible emptiness and longing for Him.
The wind had fallen until it was scarce above a moan in the shrouds.
On the 28th of the same month, he was heard to moan again several times.
A moan escaped her, and she covered her face with her hands.
With a moan of anguish she went down upon her knees beside him.