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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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God Wept and the Devil Laughed, The Lowry, Salford Quays, July 14-17, 0843 208 6000, thelowry.
She wept as she said she did not know her rival had been injured, and said she thought she had held the knife herself for only "a few seconds".
I wept because I fear we may never see their like again.
I suggest that far from withdrawing His love from such sinners, God weeps over them, as Our Lord wept over Jerusalem (Luke 19:41-44).
Alfred "Sonny" Ojeebah wept as he told of being sexually molested by a principal at Shingwauk.
It was loaned by a parishioner who said it first wept oil-like, rose-scented tears in March, during the Feast of St Joseph.
Suddenly she called his name and wept - as if she burned in the fire of separation.
One woman told us: "I saw an eye open and then the Madonna wept.
I've gret at Billy Elliot, bubbled at ET and wept silent tears at the UEFA Cup final.
A YOUNG woman with serious health problems wept as she was jailed for dealing cocaine.
The X-Factor sums up what's become our national response to the poignant: Cheryl Cole and the Minogue woman wept copiously.
They are finding a reality and relevance in the teaching of Jesus who wept over the sin of the world and then did something about it.
They sent me to the tomb with Ester, Ken's mother, who, like Mary in the face of death and the power of grief and loss, had wept, turned, and announced the resurrection.
US Ambassador William Farish wept as he told me the story of a British girl, no more than seven who walked up to him, took hold of his hand and whispered: "God Bless America.