crying

[ krahy-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF crying

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CRYING

Maggie had stood on the hearthrug, in her large white apron, crying.

She dropped her head on his arm, and he saw that she was crying.

Her voice was muffled, and he knew then that she was crying.

She had come through so much that every nerve was crying in passionate protest.

If you have the pleasure of scolding, I surely can have that of crying.

Then, with scorn for my folly, I ran out into the hall, crying for help.

Encouraged by the shouts of the multitude, who were crying to Cleon, "Why don't you go and do it?"

Then crying, "I believe you, doctor; thank God for his mercy!"

It would do no good—it would be like crying over spilt milk.

She was crying bitterly, and sobbing as if her heart would break.

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