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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
weep (verb)
transitive verb
1.
to express deep sorrow for usually by shedding tears - bewail weeping the sins and errors of his youth Edward Gibbon
2.
to pour forth (tears) from the eyes
3.
intransitive verb
to exude (a fluid) slowly - ooze a tree weeping sap
1.
to express passion (as grief) by shedding tears
2.
a) to give off or leak fluid slowly - ooze
b) of a fluid to flow sluggishly or in drops
3.
to droop over - bend
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
weep (verb)
1.
to flow forth slowly through small openings
SYNONIMS:
bleed, ooze, percolate, seep, strain, sweat, transude, weep
RELATED WORDS:
dribble, drip, trickle; discharge, emit, give off, vent; emanate, flow, spring
NEAR ANTONYMS:
flood, gush, pour, stream, surge
weep (verb)
2.
to shed tears often while making meaningless sounds as a sign of pain or distress
SYNONIMS:
bawl, blub, blubber, sob, weep
RELATED WORDS:
greet [], grieve, keen, lament, mourn; howl, scream, squall, wail, yowl; bleat, mewl, pule, whimper, whine; sniffle, snivel; groan, moan, sigh
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