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  • 41 weep — I. v. n. 1. Cry, sob, shed tears. 2. Lament, complain. 3. Flow in drops, run in drops. 4. Drip, drop water. 5. Droop, be pendent. II. v. a. 1. Lament, bewail, bemoan …

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  • 42 weep — verb even the toughest soldiers wept Syn: cry, shed tears, sob, snivel, whimper, whine, wail, bawl; informal boo hoo, blubber …

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  • 43 weep — v cry, shed tears, boohoo, sob; bawl, blubber, whimper, mewl, pule, whine, snivel; moan, wail, groan, keen, ululate; lament, mourn, bewail, bemoan, grieve …

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  • 44 weep — verb Syn: cry, shed tears, sob, snivel, whimper, wail, bawl, keen; Scottish greet; informal boohoo, blub Ant: rejoice …

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  • 45 weep — [wiːp] (past tense and past participle wept [wept] ) verb [I/T] to cry …

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  • 46 weep — Fluid leakage which stains the outside of the container, but does not actually drip. Generally oil weeping is not a serious problem …

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  • 47 weep|er — …

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  • 48 weep·er — /ˈwiːpɚ/ noun, pl ers [count] US informal : a sad movie, song, etc., that makes people cry The movie is a weeper about a single mother facing cancer. finders keepers (losers weepers) see ↑finder …

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  • 49 weep·ie — /ˈwiːpi/ noun, pl ies [count] US informal : a sad movie that makes people cry : ↑tearjerker …

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  • 50 weep´i|ness — weep|y «WEE pee», adjective, weep|i|er, weep|i|est, noun, plural weep|ies. –adj. 1. Informal. inclined to weep; tearful: »the bold …

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  • 51 Weep hole — Weep holes or weeper holes are small openings left in the outer walls of masonry construction as an outlet for water inside a building to move outside the wall and evaporate. The term was coined by archaeologist C. Leonard Woolley after finding… …

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  • 52 weep´ing|ly — weep|ing «WEE pihng», adjective. 1. that weeps. 2. having thin branches that arch over and hang down drooping: »a weeping shrub. 3. dripping; rainy: »weeping skies. –weep´ing|ly, adverb …

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  • 53 weep|ing — «WEE pihng», adjective. 1. that weeps. 2. having thin branches that arch over and hang down drooping: »a weeping shrub. 3. dripping; rainy: »weeping skies. –weep´ing|ly, adverb …

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  • 54 weep over — index deplore, regret, repent Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 55 WEEP (defunct) — Infobox Radio station name = WEEP city = Virginia, Minnesota area = branding = slogan = airdate = 1936 frequency = 1400 kHz format = Silent power = 1,000 watts (unlimited) class = C facility id = 70307 coordinates = coord|47|30|33|N|92|32|31|W… …

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  • 56 Weep Not, Child — Infobox Book | name = Weep Not, Child title orig = translator = image caption = author = Ngũgĩ wa Thiong o illustrator = cover artist = country = Kenya language = English series = genre = Historical novel publisher = Heinemann release date = 1964 …

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  • 57 weep for — Synonyms and related words: be sorry for, bleed, bleed for, comfort, commiserate, compassionate, condole with, console, express sympathy for, feel for, feel sorrow for, feel sorry for, feel with, grieve for, grieve with, lament for, pity, sorrow… …

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  • 58 weep hole — noun : a hole in a retaining wall, canal paving, or other structure to drain off accumulated water which might otherwise induce inordinate pressure back of or under the structure * * * Building Trades. a hole in a sill, retaining wall, or the… …

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  • 59 weep buckets — cry/weep/buckets informal phrase to cry for a long time about something I wept buckets when he left. Thesaurus: to cry, or to start cryingsynonym Main entr …

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  • 60 weep hole — noun Date: 1851 a hole (as in a wall or foundation) that is designed to drain off accumulated water …

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