adjective, weep·i·er, weep·i·est.
Related formsweep·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for weepy
Newt Gingrich may talk a tough game, but in December the former speaker of the House got weepy when asked about his mother.
After discussing his political legacy, Bush talked about his family—and got weepy.
The tone is reminiscent of a weepy young girl used to being able to get her way.
Among a large group of younger fans, he will always be best known for his role in the weepy The Notebook.Ryan Gosling: On Blue Valentine and Michelle Williams|Nicole LaPorte|December 26, 2010|DAILY BEAST
She also dated Gabriele Muccino, a director who teamed up with Will Smith for the weepy film The Pursuit of Happyness.
Dinner was the most weepy meal you can imagine, and only one or two of the sensible ones went on to the ball.A College Girl|Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
He enjoys, above all things, giving a ludicrous twist to a "weepy" ballad.Kitchener's Mob|James Norman Hall
"Don't be weepy, daddy-dear-heart," murmured Boodles, coming and loving him.Furze the Cruel|John Trevena
Of course, shes a little shaky and weepy yet, but thats not to be wondered at when you think of what she went through.Baseball Joe on the Giants|Lester Chadwick
On these trips if he did not take Madame along she would grow furious, then lacrimose and finally submissive—with a weepy protest.