Definition of weepy
: inclined to weep : tearful
Examples of weepy in a Sentence
She started getting weepy when she talked about her mother.
I'm weepy enough that I even cry at happy endings to movies and books.
Recent Examples of weepy from the Web
A woman moving so far beyond delicate, weepy declarations of loss and longing to express explicit rage in the context of a sexual relationship does not, traditionally, a Top 40 single make.
The deliciousness of this Cornish ingredient and the loveliness of the only-in-Cornwall experience had me borderline weepy over my tea tray.
The wonderfully weepy TV show delivered the feels every Tuesday night and turned the cast—including Chrissy Metz, Mandy Moore, Justin Hartley, Sterling K. Brown, and Milo Ventimiglia—into mega stars.
Enter the classic solution: Ben & Jerry's, near-constant sleep, and a really great playlist of really weepy music.
Many journalists and senior government officials, including presidential aides, were out for lunch when an announcer appeared on North Korean television and read the news in a weepy voice.
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First Known Use of weepy
WEEPY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of weepy for English Language Learners
: crying or likely to cry : happening or done with tears
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