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weeps

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The Genius of Mozart is still in mourning and she weeps for the death of her pupil.

“Oh my legs,” another weeps as he is forced to maneuver himself, crab-like, across a field in the near-100-degree heat.

When the couple get in a fight, with Samantha whispering, “I can feel the fear you carry around…,” Theodore gently weeps.

“I mean, everyone I love is here,” she weeps, as she faces the sprawling settlement.

And so he plays a part he no longer wants to play, and he weeps in silence the entire time.

When her daughter laughs, she weeps; when Caroline wishes her happiness public, she tries to conceal hers.

He longs for me, and I long for him; for me he weeps, and I weep for him.

When two friends have a common purse, one 25 sings and the other weeps.

Peninnah had children, Hannah the affections of her husband; the former persecutes, and the other weeps.

God can weep, and weeps more painful tears than ours; for he is God, and we are his little ones.

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On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to weeps, such as: blubbering, crying, discharge, distress, drops, and grieving.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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