And then, amid his lore of wretchedness he hid his face and wept.
He told of old servants who had wept when he decided to close the house and go away.
His maiden looked up from her mother's lap where she wept for him, and fled shrieking.
Big tears rolled down his face, but he smiled all the time that he wept.
And now here was some one who wept because she had spoken of her mother to him.
She had wept only in the struggle of obedience and the renunciation of passion.
For four evenings Angelique was nervous, and wept a great deal in the darkness.
She wept—she hesitated—and "the woman that deliberates is lost."
She had wept because she was heroic and unscrupulous and full of love for both her children.
Virginia, resting her head on Mrs. Ormond's shoulder, wept bitterly.