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Synonyms for teardrop

a drop of the clear liquid secreted by the glands of the eyes

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Synonyms for teardrop

anything shaped like a falling drop (as a pendant gem on an earring)

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a drop of the clear salty saline solution secreted by the lacrimal glands

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Repeat to fuse the second set of teardrops to the orange applique fabric.
Position two orange teardrops, aligning the points with one square corner on the block right side; fuse.
Note the unique charting for the teardrop in the profile view.
To order by post, please make cheques payable to Mirror Garden and send to: Mirror Viola Teardrops, Dept MIRWEB0816, 14 Hadfield Street, Old Trafford, Manchester, M16 9FG.
A stencil of the teardrop motif is available at quiltandsewshop.
The Don-Bur Teardrop trailers mimic the perfect aerodynamic lines of a teardrop, whilst increasing internal load space.
InterComm can now intelligently evaluate the impact of manufacturing specific artwork enhancements, such as geometry padding, pad shaving, track neck downs, etch trap removals, teardrops, etc.
To reduce stress on myself and my students, I cut the hold-entry choices from three to two: Forget the teardrop and make all teardrops into parallel entries.
These shimmering gas bubbles, which come in a rainbow of colors, take on intriguing shapes including teardrops, shells, a cat's eye, doughnuts, and hourglasses.
King Orchestra, Luther Allison & the James Solberg Band, Magic Slim & the Teardrops, Rod Piazza & the Mighty Flyers, Ronnie Earl & the Broadcasters, and Roomful of Blues.
Dunaway was captured on film, wearing a necklace with seven graduated teardrops that gracefully hang from a scalloped silhouette around her neck.
She might have gone but she will remain young and beautiful to those of us who remember her with love and affection and a few teardrops.
Although vintage teardrops in good shape are getting more difficult to find, Crockett lucked out when he purchased his in 1993.
No teardrops from rhythm-and-blues legend Ruth Brown, 68, though "Teardrops From My Eyes" was one of the '50s hits that brought her fame.
The Teardrop Explodes singer, writer and academic kept the crowd spellbound and loving every minute of being held, enraptured, in the palm of his hand.