verb (used without object), wept [wept], /wɛpt/, weep·ing [wee-ping]. /ˈwi pɪŋ/.
verb (used with object), wept [wept], /wɛpt/, weep·ing [wee-ping]. /ˈwi pɪŋ/.
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noun British Dialect.
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Example sentences from the Web for weep
Black and white were now mixing sufficiently to make a Klan member weep.
She did not weep on cue in public when Monteith died, or seek sympathy.
“For all the victims of the mindless wars, in every age, humanity needs to weep,” he said.
World leaders, and we, should look on them, be sickened, weep, and maybe finally learn.
“A typical parent would weep in this situation, but they showed no emotion,” he remembers in the documentary.‘Love Child’ Game Over: Internet Addicts Let Their Baby Starve to Death|Nina Strochlic|July 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And for fear of being ill spoken of weep bitterly for a day, and then comfort thyself in thy sadness.
Behold they that see shall cry without, the angels of peace shall weep bitterly.
Lyn was no chicken-hearted weakling, to sit down and weep unavailingly in time of peril.Raw Gold|Bertrand W. Sinclair
Pau longed to weep with her, and in his efforts to console, he addressed her with rather vague remarks.Honey-Bee|Anatole France
Oliver felt stunned and stupified by the unexpected intelligence; he could not weep, or speak, or rest.Oliver Twist, Vol. II (of 3)|Charles Dickens