Part of Speech: Verb

Sob: to cry or weep with convulsive catching of the breath

Source: Webster`s Dictionary

Found in, “My Boy Willie”  (line 27), “And with every sob she let fall a tear,”

The word sob is used in the poem to describe while the female(subject) was crying, she was taking repetitive breaths.

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