Examples of weeping in a Sentence
with its long, weeping fronds, this plant makes a nice ornamental
a weeping song about a long-lost love
Recent Examples of weeping from the Web
The weeping forms of ornamental cherries make for particularly striking specimens.
The weeping woman some see in this photo is supposedly still mourning the fact that her lover's stagecoach never showed up.
One snorts drugs in the bathroom, another takes weeping refuge in it, a third hurls in the toilet, while others meander here and there.
The weeping woman turns out to be Gilles' daughter, Jeanne (Esther Garrel, the director's daughter), who has just had a bad breakup with her live-in boyfriend.
The winner — beating out distinctive favorites like the dancing lady and the twin girls — was the crying-laughing face, followed by the red heart, the weeping face, the heart-eyes face, and the blowing-a-kiss emoji.
Doctors often see cases far worse than Western doctors ever do: babies with growths half as big as their heads, women with breast tumors the size of softballs that have broken the skin, putrid and weeping blood.
His other hand rests on a shoulder of a weeping boy huddled against his knee.
Cook and her surviving daughter Zalie stood and walked out of Criminal District Judge Tracey Flemings-Davillier's courtroom with the weeping woman still on the witness stand.
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First Known Use of weeping
before 12th century
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Definition of weeping for English Language Learners
of a tree : having thin branches that hang down toward the ground
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