Found 3 items, similar to weeping.
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n : the process of shedding tears (usually accompanied by sobs
or other inarticulate sounds); “I hate to hear the crying
of a child”
; “she was in tears”
adj : showing sorrow [syn: dolorous
English → English
, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Wept
(w[e^]pt); p. pr. & vb.
.] [OE. wepen, AS. w[=e]pan, from w[=o]p
lamentation; akin to OFries. w?pa to lament, OS. w[=o]p
lamentation, OHG. wuof, Icel. [=o]p a shouting, crying, OS.
w[=o]pian to lament, OHG. wuoffan, wuoffen, Icel. [oe]pa,
Goth. w[=o]pjan. [root]129.]
1. Formerly, to express sorrow, grief, or anguish, by outcry,
or by other manifest signs; in modern use, to show grief
or other passions by shedding tears; to shed tears; to
And they all wept sore, and fell on Paul's neck.
--Acts xx. 37.
Phocion was rarely seen to weep or to laugh.
And eyes that wake to weep. --Mrs. Hemans.
And they wept together in silence. --Longfellow.
2. To lament; to complain. “They weep unto me, saying, Give
us flesh, that we may eat.”
--Num. xi. 13.
3. To flow in drops; to run in drops.
The blood weeps from my heart. --Shak.
4. To drop water, or the like; to drip; to be soaked.
5. To hang the branches, as if in sorrow; to be pendent; to
droop; -- said of a plant or its branches.
The act of one who weeps; lamentation with tears; shedding of
1. Grieving; lamenting; shedding tears. “Weeping eyes.”
2. Discharging water, or other liquid, in drops or very
slowly; surcharged with water. “Weeping grounds.”
3. Having slender, pendent branches; -- said of trees; as,
weeping willow; a weeping ash.
4. Pertaining to lamentation, or those who weep.
, a cross erected on or by the highway,
especially for the devotions of penitents; hence, to
return by the weeping cross, to return from some
undertaking in humiliation or penitence.
, a porous rock from which water gradually
, a ganglion. See Ganglion
, n., 2. [Colloq.]
, a spring that discharges water slowly.