from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To shed (tears) as an expression of emotion: weep bitter tears of remorse.
- transitive v. To express grief or anguish for; lament: wept the death of the child.
- transitive v. To bring to a specified condition by weeping: She wept herself into a state of exhaustion.
- transitive v. To exude or let fall (drops of liquid): "cuts the jellied milk into tiny, soft curds that weep whey” ( Kit Snedaker).
- intransitive v. To express emotion, such as grief or sadness, by shedding tears. See Synonyms at cry.
- intransitive v. To mourn or grieve: wept for the dead.
- intransitive v. To emit or run with drops of liquid: a sore that weeps.
- n. A period or fit of weeping. Often used in the plural.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To cry, shed tears.
- v. To produce secretions.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- imp. of weep, for wept.
- n. The lapwing; the wipe; -- so called from its cry.
- intransitive v. Formerly, to express sorrow, grief, or anguish, by outcry, or by other manifest signs; in modern use, to show grief or other passions by shedding tears; to shed tears; to cry.
- intransitive v. To lament; to complain.
- intransitive v. To flow in drops; to run in drops.
- intransitive v. To drop water, or the like; to drip; to be soaked.
- intransitive v. To hang the branches, as if in sorrow; to be pendent; to droop; -- said of a plant or its branches.
- transitive v. To lament; to bewail; to bemoan.
- transitive v. To shed, or pour forth, as tears; to shed drop by drop, as if tears.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To gather moisture in drops from the atmosphere, as a water-vessel cooled with ice, or a cool metal pipe in a room where steam is present or the atmosphere is humid; also leak slowly from a joint in drops.
- To express sorrow, grief, or anguish by outcry; wail; lament; in more modern usage, to shed tears.
- To drop or flow as tears.
- To let fall drops; drop water; drip; hence, to rain.
- To give out moisture; be very damp.
- To have drooping branches; be pendent; droop: as, a weeping tree; the weeping willow.
- To lament; bewail; bemoan.
- To shed or let fall drop by drop, as tears; give out in drops.
- To spend or consume in weeping; exhaust in tears: usually followed by away, out, or the like.
- n. Weeping; a fit of weeping.
- n. Exudation; sweat, as of a gum-tree; a leak, as in the joint of a pipe.
- n. Same as peweep for pewit. Also wype, wipe.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. shed tears because of sadness, rage, or pain
IV. i.157 (312,6) [and that when you are inclin'd to sleep] [W: to weep] I know not why we should read _to weep_.
_Rejoice with them that do rejoice_, _and weep with them that weep_.
_Rejoice with then that do rejoice_, _and weep with them that weep_.
*sniff* *snuffle* *sob sob weep weep* *teerz running dawn cheekz*
V. iii.100 (435,2) Constrains them weep, and shake] That is, _constrain_ the eye to _weep_, _and_ the heart to _shake_.
If the Democrats do not want to weep from the left side of their eyes in November, they should let Clinton go home in peace.
Mr. Pell drew out a pocket – handkerchief, when he came to the word weep, but he made no further use of it than to wipe away a slight tinge of rum which hung upon his upper lip.
Mr. Pell drew out a pocket-handkerchief, when he came to the word weep, but he made no further use of it than to wipe away a slight tinge of rum which hung upon his upper lip.
"To weep with those that weep," is I believe often an alleviation
Read it and weep, that is what the choice is today .... anyone who does not vote for Obama or Mc Cain, has got to have a screw loose in their head these days .... she will bring chaos to our already shaky United States, for polical reasons.