In a flat on the 10th floor above Tahrir we were weeping under our gas-masks, the smell was so strong.
And within the first minutes, a maladjusted designer is weeping over a personal matter.
There is weeping and gnashing of teeth in Blue State America today.
Johnston, often weeping about the loss of her son, made Michael and others play the role of the victim to see how he felt.
Pictures of her weeping during the marriage ceremony, and an awkward-lloking kiss, fanned the flames of the fire.
He put his hand over his face and held it there until he no longer felt like weeping.
If the boys had not appeared we might now be weeping in a melancholy row.
Then he turned quickly, and Edward saw that he had been weeping.
She was too terrified to add her weeping to the wail of the wind—it would have been too ghastly.
With a cry of joy she sprang into his arms, laughing and weeping in her ecstasy.
Old English wepan "shed tears, cry" (class VII strong verb; past tense weop, past participle wopen), from Proto-Germanic *wopjan (cf. Old Norse op, Old High German wuof "shout, shouting, crying," Old Saxon wopian, Gothic wopjan "to shout, cry out, weep"), from PIE *wab- "to cry, scream" (cf. Latin vapulare "to be flogged;" Old Church Slavonic vupiti "to call," vypu "gull"). Weeping willow (cf. French saule pleureur, German trauerweide) is recorded from 1731. The tree is native to Asia; the first brought to England were imported 1748, from the Euphrates. Replaced cypress as a funerary emblem.
A male who exposes his genitals; flasher (1980s+ Police)