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baybay2 verb [intransitive]  1 HBACif a dog bays, it makes a long high noise, especially when it is chasing something syn howl dogs baying at the moon2 ASK FOR something/ASK somebody TO DO somethingto make strong demands to get answers to questions or force someone to give you somethingbay for Reporters began baying for the president’s blood (=demanding that he be punished).→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
bayThen it bayed and Jim was stricken with terror.Provoked beyond control, Satan bayed in fury and launched himself at his tormentor's face.He just crouches on the corner at lunchtime and occasionally bays, like a wolf or coyote.There they were shown into a room, leaving the press-hounds baying outside.Hark! her hounds are baying through the town.bay forIt was a room full of young, educated men baying for money on the bond market.