Definitions

Sorry, no definitions found. Check out and contribute to the discussion of this word!

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • And because we haven't had enough tear-jerking moments on this episode, Valerie gives everyone a goodbye speech and tells them all they're worth their weight in gold and that they all feel like family to her.

    Holly Cara Price: Rubbernecking: Project Runway Episode 10, "There's A Pattern Here"

  • And because we haven't had enough tear-jerking moments on this episode, Valerie gives everyone a goodbye speech and tells them all they're worth their weight in gold and that they all feel like family to her.

    Holly Cara Price: Rubbernecking: Project Runway Episode 10, "There's A Pattern Here"

  • In her current monologue entitled Loveland, Randolph's amazingly fertile imagination lifts off on a wave of wondrous anger, soars across the country in a cloud of cumulus crazy, and survives some tear-jerking mid-air turbulence before landing.

    George Heymont: Getting Things Off Their Chest (VIDEOS)

  • And because we haven't had enough tear-jerking moments on this episode, Valerie gives everyone a goodbye speech and tells them all they're worth their weight in gold and that they all feel like family to her.

    Holly Cara Price: Rubbernecking: Project Runway Episode 10, "There's A Pattern Here"

  • In her current monologue entitled Loveland, Randolph's amazingly fertile imagination lifts off on a wave of wondrous anger, soars across the country in a cloud of cumulus crazy, and survives some tear-jerking mid-air turbulence before landing.

    George Heymont: Getting Things Off Their Chest (VIDEOS)

  • Putting it even more high-mindedly, ought one not to prefer an author like Eliot, who really did give her whole enormous mind to religious and social and colonial questions, over a vain actor-manager type who used pathetic victims as tear-jerking raw material, and who actually detested the real subjects of High Victorian power and hypocrisy when they were luckless enough to dwell overseas?

    The Dark Side of Dickens

  • Putting it even more high-mindedly, ought one not to prefer an author like Eliot, who really did give her whole enormous mind to religious and social and colonial questions, over a vain actor-manager type who used pathetic victims as tear-jerking raw material, and who actually detested the real subjects of High Victorian power and hypocrisy when they were luckless enough to dwell overseas?

    The Dark Side of Dickens

  • The product of those conversations, an unusual hybrid of a tear-jerking drama like "Terms of Endearment" and a raunchy R-rated sex comedy of the Judd Apatow variety, will be released Sept. 30 by Summit Entertainment.

    Topic of Cancer: How Funny Is It?

  • Lang Lang is one; another is the soprano Renée Fleming, who also performed at the gala, and who also gave an encore, of Strauss's tear-jerking "Morgen," with Eschenbach at the piano,

    Audience enthusiastically greets imperfect NSO opening gala

  • And because we haven't had enough tear-jerking moments on this episode, Valerie gives everyone a goodbye speech and tells them all they're worth their weight in gold and that they all feel like family to her.

    Holly Cara Price: Rubbernecking: Project Runway Episode 10, "There's A Pattern Here"

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.