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Definition of "weeping" []

  • Shedding tears; tearful. (adjective)
  • Dropping rain: weeping clouds. (adjective)
  • Having slender drooping branches. (adjective)
  • (of plants) having slender hanging branches (adjective)

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Use "weeping" in a sentence
  • "We read that, when He saw the sisters weeping, _and the Jews that were with them weeping_, Jesus wept."
  • ""Weep henceforth on the far bank, beyond ear-shot of the Fort," said John Fox, turning on his heel, "for the noise of thy weeping is exceeding great and will not let one sleep of nights.""
  • "They awake to find themselves covered in weeping sores, mottled skin, and are unrecognizable by their own family."