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Synonyms for weeping

filled with or shedding tears

Synonyms for weeping

the process of shedding tears (usually accompanied by sobs or other inarticulate sounds)

showing sorrow

having branches or flower heads that bend downward

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All the Weeping Sisters will be part of a service of remembrance outside Dewsbury Town Hall from 2pm on Holocaust Memorial Day - Sunday, January 27.
"There's about 22,000 in the weeping wall itself and the others have been spread around the town.
She organizes her volume into two sections: one section features the significance of tears from the Vita Nuova and Inferno, while the second features weeping in Inferno and Purgatorio.
The Long Weeping, by Jessie van Eerden, hums with lyricism and insights that reach to the essence of life, grief, and the soul.
Alongside Weeping Window, the National Assembly for Wales will host an exhibition titled Women, War and Peace by renowned photojournalist Lee Karen Stow.
Weeping Window is one of two sculptures taken from the installation Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red originally at the Tower of London in 2014, where 888,246 poppies were displayed - one for every British or Colonial life lost at the Front during World War I.
The hack is way more advanced than recent ones such as the "Weeping Angel" since it doesn't need physical proximity to the device.
Weeping Window formed part of artist Paul Cummins and designer Tom Piper's Blood Swept the Lands and Seas of Red work, in the moat of the Tower of London.
People who lived centuries ago didn't necessarily cry in the way we do, or at the same things, or even understand the act of weeping in a way that makes sense to us.
Perth will be the only place in Scotland to host the Weeping Window element of the design, which will tour the UK next year.
A NORTHUMBERLAND town paid tribute to the fallen with a Weeping Window of its own.
Both the baby students kept on weeping for almost three hours.
Weeping Britannia--the first history of crying in Britain--comprehensively debunks this myth.