from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The lacrymal or nasal duct, which carries off tears from the eye to the nose. See cut under lacrymal.
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There were truths he might tell if I got down to that tear-duct level, and this time I'd meet no garden hose on the way.
All of which is a very long-winded way of saying that War Horse the puppet-filled play that's wowed London audiences since 2007 transferred to Broadway last week, and is making New Yorkers weep like there's some sort of highly contagious tear-duct infection doing the rounds on the Upper West Side.
Rabbit may have a tear-duct infection Paula found Fred running loose in her neighborhood about four years ago.
It's a real tear-duct haunter of genuine ache, and the way her voice croaks and willows over the acoustic bassline is just ... ahhhh.
Just no creating new repukes (and please don’t tell me the tear-duct steroid f***tard has already bred).