moan with (something)

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moan with (something)

To utter loud, prolonged moans because of some intense sensation or stimulus. It's incredibly awkward hearing the woman next door moaning with pleasure in the middle of the night. I'll never be able to rid myself of the memory of hearing all those soldiers strewn about on the battlefield moaning with the agony of their injuries.
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moan with something

to groan because of pain or pleasure. The patient moaned with pain and fear. Ken moaned with pleasure.
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All the earth-colored things under the tree moaned with the earth and were also sad, as if by being mud-colored they were bleeding with her.
She didn't cry with tears like the sky, but she moaned with sighs and groans like black women working in the fields moan.