As stated in relative foot-note, I have withdrawn the former from 'The weeper.'
Pambo laid his hand again tenderly on the weeper's shoulder.
It was then that Marjorie took the floor and in her sweet, gracious fashion earnestly pleaded clemency for the weeper.
In a moment a Goth had led up the weeper, who came without demur to the side of Pelagia's mule.
It was hysterical, and had burst from the restraint of the weeper.
A little dwarf, called the “Caointeach,” or weeper, is said to weep before the death of some persons.
He peered with keen eyes through the darkness and moved noiselessly forward, in order not to frighten the weeper.
"Do not despair of seeing him such one day," her mother returned, laying a gentle, quieting hand on that of the weeper.
She did not go to church, she had no use for priests, she hardly believed in God, calling all religious things "weeper's wares."
Then with a view to cheering the weeper, she added: You sang your part beautifully both nights, Mignon.
A sentimental or otherwise tearful movie, play, etc; tear-jerker: It was the weepers that established her as a top Hollywood star/ The daytime weepies have been greatly enriched by a new soap opera (1940s+)