Weep definitions

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The definition of a weep is a time of excessive crying or emotion.

An example of a weep is a set of hours spent crying over a lost job.

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Weep is defined as to cry or express grief.

An example of weep is to cry for hours over the death of a loved one.

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To shed (tears) as an expression of emotion.

Weep bitter tears of remorse.

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To express grief or anguish for; lament.

Wept the death of his child.

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To bring to a specified condition by weeping.

She wept herself into a state of exhaustion.

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To exude or let fall (drops of liquid).
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To express emotion, such as grief, sadness, or joy, by shedding tears.
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To mourn or grieve.

Wept for the dead.

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To emit or run with drops of liquid.

A sore that weeps.

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A period or fit of weeping.
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To manifest or give expression to a strong emotion, usually grief or sorrow, by crying, wailing, or, esp., shedding tears.
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To lament or mourn.
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To form drops of moisture condensed from the air.

Cold pipes weep in hot weather.

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To exude water or other liquid.

Wounds, plant stems, etc. weep.

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To weep for; lament; bewail; mourn.

To weep one's misfortune.

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To shed (tears or other drops of liquid)
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To bring to a specified condition by weeping.

To weep oneself to sleep.

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A fit of weeping.
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To cry; shed tears.
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To lament; to complain.
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(medicine, of a wound or sore) To produce secretions.
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To flow in drops; to run in drops.

A weeping spring, which discharges water slowly.

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To hang the branches, as if in sorrow; to be pendent; to droop; said of a plant or its branches.
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The lapwing; the wipe.
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Origin of weep

From Middle English wepen, from Old English wÄ“pan (“to weep, complain, bewail, mourn over, deplore"), from Proto-Germanic *wōpijanÄ… (“to weep"), from Proto-Indo-European *wāb- (“to call, cry, complain"). Cognate with Scots wepe, weip (“to weep"), Saterland Frisian wapia (“to cry, complain"), Icelandic æpa (“to yell, shout").