weep


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Synonyms for weep

Synonyms for weep

to make inarticulate sounds of grief or pain, usually accompanied by tears

to flow or leak out or emit something slowly

to fall or let fall in drops of liquid

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Because for so long as one person weeps in sorrow, loneliness and despair, then there shall be those "peripheries" of the spirit that also call out to us for understanding and compassion.
This is the first thing I'd like to say: Let's learn how to weepLet us learn, really learn how to weep, how to cry," the Pope further said.
Jesus is disturbed in spirit and deeply moved; Jesus weeps.
It was as if we did not know how to gather and weep for our dead without proclaiming our own greatness.
He said: "Every time I think of her sweet face I weep.
Bad news, physical pain, financial problems, stress and relationships also led to tears, while marriage makes one in four girls weep.
He said: "I almost weep when I hear you say this puts us ahead of the game in the UK and many parts of Europe.
As it is natural for a wound to bleed, except among the bloodless, so it is natural for Christians to weep, except among those with hearts of stone.
If Williams is denied clemency, his advocates will weep.
The statue of Padre Pio was first said to weep on Tuesday.
MIRANDA Sawyer says that women won't weep now that The Premiership has been moved to the later time of 10.
THE QUEEN had a first open weep when she said a final farewell to her beloved yacht Britannia.
DOES God weep at the destruction man has wrought Does God lower his head and become distraught?
And as the tiny coffins for the dead twins were carried out, followed by the older children, hundreds of mourners started to weep.
In a nutshell: If you've been waiting for a Crispin Glover vehicle, this rat-infested horror flick will make you weep with joy.