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I ran outside, then did burpees inside, then shuffled along to Billy Blanks’s delightful quarantine workouts, and finally I laid around for a couple of months, weepy and lost.
THE MONEY WE DIDN’T SPEND IN 2020VOX STAFFDECEMBER 31, 2020VOX
We had a weepy dinner and Mom and Dad had each had a couple glasses of wine, which was a lot for them.
LITTLE BROTHERCORY DOCTOROW
It had been on of those dull, weepy days when a sullen drizzle clouded sky and earth.
RALESTONE LUCKANDRE NORTON
To a weepy-waily woman he would have offered the same courtesies, but she would not have drawn his thoughts in any manner.
THE PAGAN MADONNAHAROLD MACGRATH
"I'm not sure if I don't feel a little bit weepy myself," said Maisie Talbot.
THE NEW GIRL AT ST. CHAD'SANGELA BRAZIL
Miss De Voe's life and surroundings were not exactly weepy ones, and when tears came they meant much.
THE HONORABLE PETER STIRLING AND WHAT PEOPLE THOUGHT OF HIMPAUL LEICESTER FORD
They wept when they felt weepy just as they laughed when anything amused them or sneezed when they felt sneezy.
TRIPPING WITH THE TUCKER TWINSNELL SPEED
She felt “weepy” too, filled with a sudden yearning, a sudden realisation of want.
TOM AND SOME OTHER GIRLSMRS. GEORGE DE HORNE VAIZEY
Very wisely, General Custer kept this latter part of the understanding why he was sent South from the "weepy" part of his family.
TENTING ON THE PLAINSELIZABETH B. CUSTER
It makes an old fellow sort of happy and weepy to see them together.
THE WOMAN FROM OUTSIDEHULBERT FOOTNER

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