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Use "weepers" in a sentence
"Bercow about his decision to abandon the Speaker's uniform and asked him to at least wear a white shirt and "weepers" - broad white cuffs - and a more traditional gown."
"There was also some concern about "weepers" -- water that seeps up through the track following heavy precipitation on the triangle track."
"Heavy rains in central Iowa yesterday led to the late-afternoon appearance of "weepers" -- underground pools of water soaking through to the track surface -- Saturday at Iowa Speedway, leading to the cancellation of IndyCar Series qualifying."