Definitions

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  • noun sadness expressed by weeping

Etymologies

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Examples

  • She came in complaining of inexplicable and free-floating anxiety, lethargy, a tendency to weepiness over trifles, an inability to sleep through the night because of dreams and restlessness.

    Judith Acosta: Can We Just Call It Homesickness?

  • She came in complaining of inexplicable and free-floating anxiety, lethargy, a tendency to weepiness over trifles, an inability to sleep through the night because of dreams and restlessness.

    Judith Acosta: Can We Just Call It Homesickness?

  • She came in complaining of inexplicable and free-floating anxiety, lethargy, a tendency to weepiness over trifles, an inability to sleep through the night because of dreams and restlessness.

    Judith Acosta: Can We Just Call It Homesickness?

  • Getty Images Amazon founder Jeff Bezos presents the new Kindle Fire A source of weepiness in Detroit, cars just don't have the same romance for today's youngsters.

    Amazon and Our Giant Connected Heads

  • As part of our anti-spam campaign, please input the text you see in this image (required) « Orange Prize sick of weepiness

    e-Trio

  • She came in complaining of inexplicable and free-floating anxiety, lethargy, a tendency to weepiness over trifles, an inability to sleep through the night because of dreams and restlessness.

    Judith Acosta: Can We Just Call It Homesickness?

  • I'm not talking about the small percentage of women whose lives are genuinely upended by severe physical and emotional symptoms every month; I'm talking about most women, those who have a couple of days of crankiness, weepiness, anxiety.

    Susan Kim: An Angry Woman

  • I was very struck by this remark when I read it in my trusty introduction, because for all the embroidered-hanky waving weepiness of the novel, I knew just what he meant.

    Avenging Angel « Tales from the Reading Room

  • Clearly considering that the magnitude of the problem called for a response other than weepiness, she blinked, then sniffed determinedly.

    Shameless

  • I'm not talking about the small percentage of women whose lives are genuinely upended by severe physical and emotional symptoms every month; I'm talking about most women, those who have a couple of days of crankiness, weepiness, anxiety.

    An Angry Woman

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