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Another word for weep

  1. To make inarticulate sounds of grief or pain, usually accompanied by tears

      1. (Intransitive) Utter a yowl.
      2. To utter a long loud mournful cry; wail.
      3. To say or utter with a yowl.
      1. To express grief or pain by long, loud cries
      2. Part or all of this entry has been imported from the 1913 edition of Webster's Dictionary, which is now free of copyright and hence in the public domain. The imported definitions may be significantly out of date, and any more recent senses may be completely missing.
      3. To cry out in mourning or lamentation
      1. To put or bring (oneself) into a specified condition by sobbing:
      2. To weep aloud with a catch or break in the voice and short, gasping breaths
      3. To weep aloud with convulsive gasping; cry uncontrollably.
      1. To wail in lamentation, especially for the dead.
      2. To utter with a loud wailing voice or wordless cry.
      3. (Intransitive) To utter a keen.
      1. (Slang) To laugh heartily.
      2. To cry or wail loudly, as in pain, sorrow, or anger.
      3. To shout or laugh in scorn, mirth, etc.
      1. To sob and shed tears, in expressing sorrow, pain, grief, etc.; weep
      2. To shed tears, especially as a result of strong emotion such as grief, sorrow, pain, or joy.
      3. (Archaic) To beg for; implore:
      1. To say while blubbering
      2. To sob noisily.
      3. To utter while crying and sobbing.
      1. To shout or call out noisily; bellow; yell
      2. To weep and wail loudly
      3. To cry or sob loudly; wail.
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  2. To flow or leak out or emit something slowly

      1. To pass through a pore, membrane or interstice.
      2. To ooze or exude through pores or interstices, as blood serum through the vessel walls
      3. To pass through pores or interstices in the manner of perspiration.
      1. To come about; happen or occur.
      2. To give off vapor, moisture, etc., as through the pores of the skin
      3. To cause (vapor, moisture, etc.) to pass through tissue or other permeable substances, esp. through the pores of the skin or the surface of leaves, etc.
      1. To enter, depart, or become diffused gradually:
      2. To leak, drip, or flow out slowly through small openings or pores; ooze
      3. To pass slowly through small openings or pores; ooze:
      1. To pass or ooze through a porous substance
      2. To drain or ooze through (a porous substance); permeate
      3. To cause (liquid, for example) to pass through a porous substance or small holes; filter.
      1. To give forth moisture, as through pores
      2. To flow or leak out slowly, as through very small holes; seep
      3. To seem to radiate
      1. To subject to the washing action of a filtering liquid
      2. To lose soluble matter as a result of the filtering through of water
      3. To cause (a liquid) to filter down through some material
      1. To discharge or emit (a liquid or gas, for example) gradually.
      2. To diffuse or seem to radiate
      3. To pass out in drops through pores, an incision, etc.; ooze; discharge
      1. To draw off (liquid, air, or gas) slowly
      2. To feel sympathetic grief or anguish:
      3. To cause (an illustration, for example) to bleed.
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  3. To fall or let fall in drops of liquid

      1. To move or proceed slowly or bit by bit:
      2. To move, come, go, etc. little by little
      3. To flow slowly in a thin stream or fall in drops
      1. To move or descend from one height or level to another:
      2. To let fall in drops:
      3. To write at one's leisure:
      1. To fall in drops:
      2. To be so soaked or filled with liquid as to have some trickle down or over
      3. To let fall in or as if in drops:
      1. To fall in drops or an unsteady stream, to trickle
      2. (Basketball) To bounce the ball on the floor with one hand at a time, enabling the player to move with it;
      3. To hit (a baseball, for example) so that it bounces slowly and low to the ground.
      1. To remove, extract, or produce by distillation
      2. To exude or give off (matter) in drops or small quantities.
      3. To cause or allow to fall in drops
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